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In the 1660’s Jamaica was an uneasy island, occupied by Spain but settled by the English and French. When Admiral of the Brethren, Ned Yorke, a brave, loyal Buccaneer, learns that Spain is mounting a Caribbean fleet perhaps to protect the treasures of Spanish ships, or carry an army to Jamaica, he vows to find out the truth. Yorke’s audacious attacks on Spanish camps reveal all and the Buccaneers must fight a bloody, desperate battle to try and hinder them.

©1987 Dudley Pope (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • FORT PIERCE, FL, United States
  • 11-11-14

A look at life in late 1600's

Would you listen to Corsair again? Why?

I read all 4 books and the series was a good read maybe after a couple years yes I would

What was one of the most memorable moments of Corsair?

Many, I liked all the cast and the women were unforgetable

Which scene was your favorite?

Near the end with being out numbered as Ned had to come up with a plan to turn to the brotherhoods advantage

Who was the most memorable character of Corsair and why?

I liked them all Ned York and his fellows were a wild bunch

Any additional comments?

These tie in with a much later time in his other books in the Royal navy refer to bucanner admiral Ned York