The Rover

The Rover

Book - 1999
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A nautical psychological thriller from one of literature's giants.

From Joseph Conrad, one of the modern masters of literature, comes this tale of intrigue in the opening days of the Napoleonic wars. Peyrol, a French pirate from the Indian seas, returns to his home country to find himself threatened by both British and French forces. His flight through Imperial France, his daring mission carrying dispatches through the British blockade, and his doomed love affair with the daughter of a French sailor are all related in Conrad's irresistibly atmospheric and suspenseful style.
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt, 1999.
Edition: 1st owlheart of oak ed. --
ISBN: 9780805062632
0805062637
Branch Call Number: FIC/Conra 6173cg 1
Characteristics: xvii, 214 p. : map. --

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