(The Prince of Pirates). There was a time when British corsairs, French buccaneers and Dutch filibusters owned the Caribbean. But little is known about Spanish pirates, such as Íñigo Santa Cruz, forced to become knight of fortune for a homeland that forsakes its own children and forces them to wander around the world. Around that same time, there were amazing treasures, such as the Dama del Mar, which brought Henry Morgan to organize the largest fleet of filibusters that has ever been known; cities such as Panama City, which are impregnable and ignite the greed of men; women such as Elena, who can provoke passion and tenderness in the most insensitive corsair.

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  • Number Of Pages:   432
  • Foreign Rights:
    SPAIN - Algaida, 2013
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  • Editorial:   Algaida

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