By Rafael Sabatini
The Sea Hawk is a seafaring event set on the finish of the 16th century. A retired Cornish gentleman is betrayed by way of his jealous half-brother and finally ends up a slave on a Spanish galley. he's freed via Barbary pirates and he joins their team, swearing vengeance on his brother. The pirates identify him "Sakr-el-Bahr": The hawk of the ocean.
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