DEADMEN'S CAVE by Leonard Wibberley

DEADMEN'S CAVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sailing the Carlbeean with Henry Morgan makes snappy adventuring in Leonard Wibberley's latest (his record is long) period personal history. The hero, honest Tom Lincoln of Massachusetts has been sailing with Ebenezer Peters, a man with a questionable past, but in a wreck is the sole survivor on a Barbados Island. There he finds that Peters has even doublecrossed pirates, and when Tom is picked up by Cutlass Jack, a Morgan henchman, he's forced to sail with them on a trail that leads to a double revenge- and Jamaica and Panama- and Tom's rescue of the people who had suffered both at the hands of Peters and the pirates. Hearty.

Pub Date: April 19th, 1954
Publisher: Ariel- Farrar, Straus & Young