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Underestimate the Captain at your own peril! By Pamela Grimm

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Destiny’s Gold (Captain Jane Thorn Book 1)
by
Historical, Nautical Fiction
ASIN: B07K27Q7F9
244 Pages
SisterShip Press Pty Ltd
November 23, 2018
It is 1820 and a young, female sea captain sets sail aboard the schooner Destiny bound for the sugar plantations of Cuba and then on to the Baltic for iron. Political intrigue and mystery dog the voyage, and those who underestimate the captain’s skill and business acumen do so at their peril.
This is historical, nautical fiction with a fresh new take. Destiny’s Gold author Pamela Grimm has created an indomitable female character and a storyline that keeps you guessing. Pamela combines her love of maritime history with experience as a commercial and recreational captain to bring to life the golden age of merchant sailing ships in the person of Captain Jane Thorn and her loyal crew.
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FROM THE AUTHOR:
When I sit down to write a story, the characters are as real to me as if they are people I know. Perhaps more than any others, Captain Jane has always lived in my head as a fully-formed person in three dimensions. I know her so well, I always think I know exactly what she will say or do. It’s always fun when she surprises me, though! When I wanted to do the first version of the book cover, I went looking for an artist who could take what was in my head and bring Jane to life on a digital canvas.
Amazon Review Snippets:

“Picked it up on a whim and was glad I did. Great historical.”

“This book was a very enjoyable read that followed my small knowledge of history.” 
“This is a lovely adventure that I found difficult to put down.”
“It’s awesome – read it!”
“Looking forward to the next installment!”
“Captain Jane and her crew grabbed my heart and pulled me into her world.”
“I enjoy historical fiction, and this story is a lovely one.”
“A spellbinding historical story.”
“Great Story—Couldn’t Put It Down!”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Pamela Grimm writes historical maritime fiction based on her lifelong love of sailing and the sea. She holds a USCG captain’s license and is active as a commercial and recreational sailor.
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An Interview with Pamela Grimm and Rukia Publishing
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