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The Adventurers Quartet Complete Collection

Title : The Adventurers Quartet Complete Collection
Author : Stephanie Laurens
Publisher: MIRA
Total pages: 400 pages
ISBN: 1488029857

Stephanie Laurens, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the beloved Cynster novels, brings you THE ADVENTURERS QUARTET, a riveting blend of Regency-era high seas adventure, a mystery shrouded in the heat of tropical jungles, and the passionate romances of four couples and their unexpected journeys into love. Now together in one complete collection! The Lady’s Command Declan Frobisher, scion of a seafaring dynasty, is accustomed to getting his way. But his new bride, Lady Edwina Delbraith is unconventional and has a spine of steel. Bare weeks into their honeymoon, Declan is recruited to sail on a secret mission, and Edwina—naturally—declares she must accompany him. Facing unforeseen perils and unexpected enemies while battling to expose a dastardly scheme, Declan and Edwina discover that their tempestuous marriage demands something they both possess—bold and adventurous hearts. A Buccaneer at Heart When an urgent summons from the Crown arrives, Captain Robert Frobisher agrees to set sail for Freetown immediately. His covert mission is to locate a slavers’ camp and return to London with the information. Miss Aileen Hopkins is determined to find her brother, a naval lieutenant who has mysteriously disappeared, and she will not allow anyone to turn her from this dangerous path. Joining forces with Aileen, Robert vows to complete his task and secure the woman he wants as his wife. Compelled to protect the innocent and bring retribution to a heartless enemy, they plunge into the jungle with only each other to rely on, and the courage of their hearts as their guide. The Daredevil Snared Captain Caleb Frobisher, hedonistic youngest son of a seafaring dynasty, has something to prove. So he seizes the next leg of the covert mission his brothers are pursuing, and stays on to accomplish its ultimate goal. Katherine Fortescue fled a life of poverty and came to Freetown as a governess, only to be kidnapped and forced to oversee the child workforce at a mine. Guarded by mercenaries, the captives have lost all hope. Then Katherine meets Caleb—and he brings the sweet promise of rescue. Through the clashes that follow, he becomes the leader he was destined to be, and the sort of man Katherine can trust—with her body, with her life. With her love. Lord of the Privateers Royd Frobisher is set to execute the final stage of the rescue mission his brothers have begun. What he does not expect is to bring Isobel Carmichael, his childhood sweetheart, with him. Isobel has her own mission: to find and bring a young cousin safely home. Following a full-scale rescue-assault on the slavers’ compound deep in the jungle, Royd and Isobel discover that freeing the captives is only half the battle. To identify and convict the conspirators behind the illicit enterprise—and save England from political disaster—they must return to the ballrooms of the haut ton and hunt the villains on their home ground. But having found each other again, how much are Royd and Isobel willing to risk in the name of duty?

Chance Is the Providence of Adventurers

Title : Chance Is the Providence of Adventurers
Author : M. Scotty Lamkin
Publisher: iUniverse
Total pages: 208 pages
ISBN: 1475923236

For author M. Scotty Lamkin, a conventional lifestyle at a traditional job was a horribly mundane way to approach life. On January 16, 1979, he arrived in Alaska with fifty dollars in his pocket, two duffel bags, and a backpack. A long way from his Kentucky homeland, Lamkin journeyed to Alaska expecting adventure, and he was not disappointed. Chance Is the Providence of Adventurers narrates many of Lamkin's true-life escapades in Alaska's remote bush country. In this half-travelogue, half-memoir, Lamkin tells the sometimes funny, sometimes deadly, stories of his experiences as a professional guide and adventurer-waking up a brown bear at close range, sinking a boat in frigid Alaska waters, crashing bush planes, throwing rocks at bears, and experiencing some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth. "Chance Is the Providence of Adventurers" offers a glimpse into the flavor of Alaskan life, provides a firsthand view of the wonders of untamed nature and wildlife, and demonstrates the results of taking a chance to change your life.

The Adventurers' Club

Title : The Adventurers' Club
Author : Zuzana Stovicek
Publisher: zuzana stovicek
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 0980895901

The Last of the Gentlemen Adventurers: Coming of Age in the Arctic

Title : The Last of the Gentlemen Adventurers: Coming of Age in the Arctic
Author : Edward Beauclerk Maurice
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Total pages: 400 pages
ISBN: 0007285639

In 1930 a sixteen-year-old boy left England to become one of the last of the ‘gentlemen adventurers’ – the fur traders of the Hudson’s Bay Company. In the Arctic he found adventure, love and loss as he came to grips with Eskimo life. Beautifully written, inspiring and funny, this is a boy’s own story that captures a world that is lost forever.

Antony Waymouth; Or, The Gentlemen Adventurers

Title : Antony Waymouth; Or, The Gentlemen Adventurers
Author : William Henry Giles Kingston
Total pages: 271 pages

Adventurers of the Far North

Title : Adventurers of the Far North
Author : Stephen Leacock
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total pages: 76 pages
ISBN: 3861951029

The complete history of the Pioneers on the arctic seas (1914).

Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5: Families G-P

Title : Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5: Families G-P
Author : John Frederick Dorman
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
Total pages: 1111 pages
ISBN: 9780806317632

"The foundation for this work is the Muster of Jan 1624/25 which had never before been printed in full."--Page xiii, v. 1.

Extraordinary Jobs for Adventurers

Title : Extraordinary Jobs for Adventurers
Author : Alecia T. Devantier,Carol A. Turkington
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Total pages: 177 pages
ISBN: 1438111681

Ever wonder who wrangles the animals during a movie shoot? What it takes to be a brewmaster? How that play-by-play announcer got his job? What it is like to be a secret shopper? The new.

Trans-Himalaya: Discoveries and Adventurers in Tibet, Volume I of II

Title : Trans-Himalaya: Discoveries and Adventurers in Tibet, Volume I of II
Author : Sven Anders Hedin
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 1465582606

Exceptional Advice for Adventurers Everywhere

Title : Exceptional Advice for Adventurers Everywhere
Author : Joseph J. Bailey
Publisher: Joseph Bailey
Total pages: 333 pages
ISBN: 0989458253

The Exceptional Advice for Adventurers Everywhere series provides a range of proven (1) advice for professions that don't exist. (2) This complete edition includes all four novellas in the Exceptional Advice for Adventurers Everywhere tetralogy. Included are: Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry: Mulogo's Treatise provides a concise summary in plain (well, mostly plain) language for wizards who wish to have a manual for surviving in a harsh world where people (and much nastier) want to kill you and take your stuff (usually in that order). (4) Everygnome's Guide to Paratechnology: Within this concise guide you will find answers to many of the questions you do not have about becoming a Paratechnologist (5), a wondrous master of the uniquely Gnomish art of blending magic and technology! Nemesis - A Good Guide for Bad Guys: Nemesis provides a wealth of information you do not wish to know on becoming a villain and succeeding in the kingdom of evil. (6) Confessions of an Angry Dwarf: If you have ever wanted to explore the inner workings of the Dwarven psyche (8), then Confessions of an Angry Dwarf will be your gateway to a world probably better left unvisited. Adventurer's Notes: 1. Until disproven. 2. No matter how much you may want for them to be real. (3) 3. Which should in no way limit your enjoyment of them. 4. Thankfully, the guide applies equally well when your enemies could care less about taking your stuff. 5. Who would? 6. If you have ever been frustrated by the decision-making of villains in literature or film, then this is the guide for you. (7) 7. Unless, of course, it isn't. 8. Brave soul that you are. From the AuthorThe EA'AE books are guides one might happen upon within the larger multiverse created in the Chronicles of the Fists trilogy... fantasy books giving farcical advice for professions that don't exist. Also, they have footnotes. Lots of footnotes. Tags/Related Terms: fantasy, humor, humour, humour, satire, comedy, magic, wizards, sff, science fiction, science fiction, sci-fi, parody, sf, comic fantasy, english, funny, funny, fantasy fiction, fantasy fiction, speculative fiction, comics, tourism, adventure, dragons, american literature, humorous, mmpb, british humor, adult, american authors, death, english literature, gods, humorous fantasy, alternate reality, ya, american fiction, comedic fantasy, fantasy series, humorous fiction, other worlds, pastiche, young adult, alternate universe, contemporary, fantastical, fantasy humor, heroes, magie, mage, parodie, parody, science fantasy, silly, supernatural, sword and sorcery, trolls, trolls, witches, alternate worlds, contemporary fiction, contemporary literature, epic, fate, high fantasy, hilarious, modern fantasy, modern fiction, monsters, mythology, other world, puns, sf/f/h, spoof, stories, 21st century literature, 21st century literature, absurdity, adventures, archetypes, barbarians, brain candy, challenges, children's literature, clever, clowns, collectible, comedic, comic fiction, commentary, companion, computers, cosmology, crazy, creative, d&d, data, debut, demons, daemon, daemons, dwarves, elves, evolution, fairy tales, farce, friendship, genre, genre fiction, gnomes, god, gold, gothic, highly recommended, humorous stories, irony, journey, language, light, mages, magicians, magick, myth, orc, orcs, paranormal, priest, print, saga, sarcasm, satirical, series fiction, ships, short stories, smart, snark, social commentary, social satire, speculative, sword, teen, undead, weird, wired, wizardry, young adult fiction, zombies, ea’ae, chronicles of the fists, Paratechnology, metaphysical, knight, clockwork, steampunk, technowozard, technowizardry, novella, paladin, light, holy, holy sword, Light, Indural, Yeren, Dracodaeran, Dracodin, K’un Lun, Priest, Priests, Priest of K’un Lun, Maeth Onai, fang shi, Bor’Banna, Darkness, Tides of Darkness, Return of the Cabal, Ascension of the Four, Ea’ae, seal, seals, extraplanar, planes, dimensions, extradimensional, supernatural, supramundane, Yip, Aroganji, Wrindanneth, Slate, Spreesprocket, beard, mustache, tome, treatise, Fists, Flaming Fists, Four, the Four, the Fists, faerviage, airship, gate, portal, Tellanon, Illdrassil, yuan qi, yuan-chi, yuan chi, celestial, celestial qi, chi, life, energy of life, one light, ka, dalaren ka, geek, self-help, treatise, tome, guide, superhero, super hero, tropes, rpg, roleplaying, supervillain, supervillains, villain, villains, fun, laughs, tinker, tinkering, science, clockwork, technology, technological, metaphysical, metaphysics, metaphysicist, monk, monks, arcane, divine, abyss, extraplanar, planes, dimensions, extradimensional, supernatural, supramundane, Yip, Aroganji, Wrindanneth, Slate, Spreesprocket, Mulogo, Saedeus, Urdaen, treasure, Cabal, Shadow's Rise, Shadow's Descent, Lords of Light, Joe Bailey, Joseph Bailey, Joseph J. Bailey, Mulogo’s Treatise on Wizardry, Everygnome’s Guide to Paratechnology, Nemesis, Confessions of an Angry Dwarf

Adventurers And Exiles

Title : Adventurers And Exiles
Author : Marjory Harper
Publisher: Profile Books
Total pages: 659 pages
ISBN: 1847650996

'The Scots have always been a restless people', says leading Scottish historian Marjory Harper 'but in the nineteenth century their restlessness exploded into a sustained surge of emigration that carried Scotland almost to the top of a European league table of emigrant exporting countries.' This is the first book to provide a comprehensive account of that 'Great Exodus'. In many ways it challenges the popular belief that the Scottish Diaspora were reluctant exiles. There were indeed those who went unwillingly through clearance, kidnapping or banishment. Orphans, and (frequently against their parents' wishes) children of destitute parents were exported into domestic service by well-meaning institutions. But there were also adventurers, many with fortunes to invest, who went full of hope - and many who left as a response to famine or destitution did so willingly, in the belief that they would improve their lot. There were temporary emigrants too, off for a season's railroad building or a stretch in the East India Company. ow were these people recruited? Where did they embark from, what was the voyage out like? Where did they go? And what happened when they got there? From the Highlands, Lowlands and islands to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Caribbean, Ceylon and India, Harper brings alive the experience of the Scottish emigrant. rawing and quoting from a vast range of contemporary letters, diaries, newspapers and magazines (some examples are attached), this rich, immensely detailed and hugely rewarding book tells the stories of emigrants from diverse backgrounds as well as looking at the wider context of restless mobility that has taken Scots to England and Europe from the middle ages on.

Women Adventurers, 1750-1900

Title : Women Adventurers, 1750-1900
Author : Mary F. McVicker
Publisher: McFarland
Total pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 0786475099

"This biographical dictionary provides an extensive guide to prominent female travelers of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. British women make up the largest portion of the book's focus. Organized alphabetically by the adventurers' last names, each entry features biographical information including the woman's family background, her educational history, and a brief summary of her world travels"--Provided by publisher.

Tales of Adventurers

Title : Tales of Adventurers
Author : Geoffrey Household
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 1780224087

Thirteen short stories from the original master of the spy-thriller. It was by this 1952 collection of short stories that Geoffrey Household wished his literary skill to be judged. And it is clear why. In a captivating assortment of tales from spy thrillers to historical fables, the reader is taken on a journey from the Mediterranean Sea on the eve of the First World War through the freezing valleys of Albanian to the ironic, personal landscape of a female spy preoccupied with marriage. With wit, suspense and political intrigue, Tales of Adventurers stands with Household's best. Including, among others, The Cook Runner, The Picket Lines of Marton Hevessy, The Hut, Woman in Love and Railroad Harvest.

Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers, 1607-1635

Title : Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers, 1607-1635
Author : Martha W. McCartney
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
Total pages: 833 pages
ISBN: 9780806317748

Uses primary and secondary sources to present biographies of the residents of pre-revolutionary Virginia in the first half of the seventeenth century, along with historical background on plantations and early settlements.

The urban adventurers

Title : The urban adventurers
Author : Thomas Boyle,James Merritt
Total pages: 260 pages

Women Adventurers, 1750-1900

Title : Women Adventurers, 1750-1900
Author : Mary F. McVicker
Publisher: McFarland
Total pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 1476603073

The past quarter-century has seen a number of biographies and anthologies on women travelers but to date there has been little comprehensive reference work done on the travelers themselves. Some of the women were eccentric, many were very adventurous, some were in search of a different world... British women make up the largest portion of the book's focus--these particular adventurers being backed in many cases by family money, scientific inquiry, and the ready availability of the British seafaring tradition. Entries include the woman's family background, her educational history, and a summary of her world travels, with in many cases evocative extracts from their writings (many are literary gems).

The Merchant Adventurers of England

Title : The Merchant Adventurers of England
Author : Douglas R. Bisson
Publisher: Univ of Delaware Pr
Total pages: 136 pages

This book constitutes the first systematic treatment in English of the preeminent regulated company, the Merchant Adventurers of England, during the early sixteenth century. The author analyzes the symbiotic relationship between the Crown and Company and concludes with a discussion of how war and diplomacy influenced the Company's fortunes.

The Merchant Adventurers of England

Title : The Merchant Adventurers of England
Author : William E. Lingelbach
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
Total pages: 300 pages
ISBN: 1584774428

Lingelbach, W.E. The Merchant Adventurers of England: Their Laws and Ordinances with Other Documents. Philadelphia: The Department of History of the University of Pennsylvania, [1902]. xxxix, 260 pp. Reprint available October 2004 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN 1-58477-442-8. Cloth. $80. * With detailed notes and an extensive introduction. Chartered by the crown in 1474, the Merchant Adventurers was England's preeminent regulated international trading company until the early nineteenth century. This source book collects eighteen substantial documents written between 1407 and 1805, the most important years of the society's history. This group includes the Charter of 1407, extracts from the Charter of Edward IV (1462) and the Laws and Ordinances of 1608. Taken together, these records form one of the most detailed pictures of business organizations and methods during the later Tudor, the Stuart, and the early Hanoverian eras.

Extracts from the Records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Title : Extracts from the Records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Author : Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle upon Tyne
Total pages: N.A pages

Merchant Adventurers

Title : Merchant Adventurers
Author : James Evans
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total pages: 352 pages
ISBN: 0297866893

A Tudor voyage of exploration - an extraordinary story of daring, discovery, tragedy and pioneering achievement. In the spring of 1553 three ships sailed north-east from London into uncharted waters. The scale of their ambition was breathtaking. Drawing on the latest navigational science and the new spirit of enterprise and discovery sweeping the Tudor capital, they sought a northern passage to Asia and its riches. The success of the expedition depended on its two leaders: Sir Hugh Willoughby, a brave gentleman soldier, and Richard Chancellor, a brilliant young scientist and practical man of the sea. When their ships became separated in a storm, each had to fend for himself. Their fates were sharply divided. One returned to England, to recount extraordinary tales of the imperial court of Tsar Ivan the Terrible. The tragic, mysterious story of the other two ships has to be pieced together through the surviving captain's log book, after he and his crew became lost and trapped by the advancing Arctic winter. This long-neglected endeavour was one of the boldest in British history, and its impact was profound. Although the 'merchant adventurers' failed to reach China as they had hoped, their achievements would lay the foundations for England's expansion on a global stage. As James Evans' vivid account shows, their voyage also makes for a gripping story of daring, discovery, tragedy and adventure.