The Fearsome Island
by Albert Kinross
Publisher: Herbert S. Stone & Company 1896
Number of pages: 174
A modern rendering of the narrative of one Silas Fordred, master mariner of Hythe whose shipwreck and subsequent adventures are herein set forth. Also an appendix accounting in a rational manner for the seeming marvels that Silas Fordred encountered during his sojourn on the fearsome island of Don Diego Rodriguez.
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