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Monday, January 17, 2011

Midwest Book Review Reviews New Second Wind Entry

The Pirate's Bastard

Second Wind Publishing, L.L.C., http://www.secondwindpublishing.com/  
Genre: Historical fiction
Mass Market Paperback: 172 pages
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-935171-20-1
Price: $11.95
Originally Reviewed for Midwest Book Review

Having a pirate for a father leads to more harm than good. The Pirate's Bastard is an adventurous tale following Edward Marshall as he's dragged into his father's trade by Ignatius Pell, a friend of his father and has plenty of blackmail to counter Edward's protests. A fun story of treasure hunting and the notoriety of the father, The Pirate's Bastard is a fine addition to any historical fiction collection.


~Learn more about the author, Laura S. Wharton,  at http://www.laurawhartonbooks.com/.  She blogs at http://www.laurawharton.blogspot.com/ and tweets at www.twitter.com/LauraSWharton.





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2 comments:

Holly said...

Congratulations to Laura Wharton for this excellent review. Midwest Reviews are significant!
Holly Weiss, author of Crestmont
http://www.hollyweiss.com

Laura Wharton said...

Thank you, Holly, I am thrilled my novel is getting such incredible reviews!