In seventeenth century England, a terrible accident forces orphaned Philip Marsham to flee London in fear for his life. Bred to the sea, he signs on with the “Rose of Devon,” a dark frigate bound for the quiet shores of Newfoundland.
Philip’s bold spirit and knowledge of the sea soon win him his captain’s regard. But when the “Rose of Devon” is seized in midocean by a devious group of men plucked from a floating wreck, Philip is forced to accompany these “gentlemen of fortune” on their murderous expeditions. Like it or not, Philip Marsham is now a pirate–with only the hangman awaiting his return to England.
With its bloody battles, brutal buccaneers, and bold, spirited hero, this rousing tale will enthrall young listeners in search of seafaring adventure.
About Charles Boardman Hawes
PERFORMER BIODomenick Allen, a professional actor, singer and musician, has appeared on the London stage in several productions including The Dresser and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. He was a regular on the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives,… More about Charles Boardman Hawes
Published by Listening Library (Audio) Jul 05, 2000| 330 Minutes| ISBN 9780553751079