The Strange Adventures of Captain Quinton
by Robert Quinton
Publisher: The Christian herald 1912
Number of pages: 510
Much has been written of the South Seas, but 'The Strange Adventures of Captain Quinton' is one of the most compelling records of a life spent for the most part under the equator that has yet been written. It reveals a new world of adventure that is amazing to contemplate.
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