BLOCKADE RUNNER by Harold Jerome Heagney

BLOCKADE RUNNER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The semi-fictional account of the exploits of John Bannister Tabb aboard the Robert E. Lee, famous blookade runner of the Civil War. Exciting details of voyages carrying contraband from Nassau, Bermuda and England to Wilmington. Tabb was imprisoned during the latter years of the war and eventually became a poet and a priest. Of special interest to Catholics, this will also appeal to the general adventure market.

Publisher: Longmans, Green