Birds Of Prey

Wilbur Smith

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24 October 2013
784 pages

It is 1667 and the mighty naval war between the Dutch and the English still rages. Sir Francis Courtney and his son Hal, in their fighting caravel, are on patrol off southern Africa, lying in wait for a galleon of the Dutch East India Company returning from the Orient laden with spices, timber and gold . . .

A breath-taking adventure from start to finish, Birds of Prey by Wilbur Smith is a fabulous addition to The Courtneys of Africa series.

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