Raging Gail is a sea tale, the tale of the pirate Captain Sanders, who sailed and plundered the Spanish Main in the Golden Age of Piracy

She was indeed a worthy member of the Brethren of the Coast, a woman to be feared by every ship she preyed upon. She was a natural sea artist with keen instincts, who showed little fear and great fight.

Our tale opens in 1665, when Sanders seizes a prize on its way to Carolina.  In addition to the other booty aboard, she takes hostage one Hope Harvey, on her way to her family in the New World.

As the shock of being kidnapped wears off, however, things begin to happen to Hope and her captors.  Things daring, things revealing, things perilous, as is wont to occur to those buccaneers going on the account…

The complete Raging Gail is now online, having updated twice a week, late Monday/early Tuesday and late Thursday/early Friday in the Eastern time zone for nearly three years.

Start at the Beginning

Going On the Account
Going on the Account: Without Leaving Port

Read the Current Novel Here:


Red Jenny and the Pirates of Buffalo

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4 responses to “About

  1. Enjoyed visiting!! This is all quite a production number!!

  2. Hope you don’t mind if I added a link to this site from my blog. I mentioned yesterday that I had started reading ‘Red Jenny’ and liked it. 🙂

  3. Ooo, can’t wait to read!

  4. Ooohhh…looks like I’m behind on the story, I better get started, and check out my page to read my blovel too (blog + novel)!!

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