The Moneylender's Daughter Windjammer II by V. A. Richardson
  

The Moneylender's Daughter Windjammer II

Written by V. A. Richardson
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The Moneylender's Daughter Windjammer II by V. A. Richardson

It's 1637. Almost a year has passed since the House of Windjammer was torn apart by death and debt. Adam Windjammer is aboard the Draco in search of a lost fleet, struggling to win back his family's honour and fortune, unaware that events back in Amsterdam are overtaking him. From the violent shores of the Americas, to the dark heart of Amsterdam and on into the marshes of the holy lands, Adam's path ultimately takes him back to Jade - daughter of the man responsible for trying to bring down the Windjammers and seize their company. Her struggle is of a different nature. It is a struggle for freedom from a father's tyranny; an inner struggle between her desire to punish him and be loved by him.

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Praise for 'The House of Windjammer': 'Its vivid, atmospheric writing tells a gripping tale of the Windjammer family's fall from fortune in 17th-century Amsterdam.

About the Author

V.A. Richardson is already published under his pen name, Ben Bo, with his Xtreme Sports series: Xtreme: The Edge, Xtreme: Skullcrack and Xtreme: Burnout. The Windjammer series is a completely new departure for the author and meticulously researched in terms of historical detail. V.A. Richardson lives in Fulham, London, with his wife and young daughter.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
384 pages

Author

V. A. Richardson
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

7th May 2007

ISBN

9780747575894


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