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Everyone thinks a pirate's life is dangerous and thrilling, chosen by those who are willing to trade a few moments of excitement and rich booty for the possibility of getting wounded or killed, or captured and executed. But David L. Harrison's pirate voices depict not the swashbuckling, daring adventurers but rather a bunch of scurvy mates who spent most of their time bored, waiting to plunder the bounty of unsuspecting passing vessels. In 20 poems he lays bare the true stories of what a pirate's life was really like. Dan Burr's realistic, lush paintings show the highs and lows and everything in between for those who swore the oath of the Brotherhood.

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