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Cindy Vallar The idea for my current project, THE REBEL AND THE SPY, came from Walt Disney's introduction to a multi-part episode about the Swiss Family Robinson. …moreThe idea for my current project, THE REBEL AND THE SPY, came from Walt Disney's introduction to a multi-part episode about the Swiss Family Robinson. Disney tickled my imagination with his talk about the gentleman pirate who helped Andrew Jackson win the Battle of New Orleans in 1815.(less)
Cindy Vallar I'm currently working on a historical novel entitled THE REBEL AND THE SPY. It's set during the War of 1812 and takes place mainly in and around New O…moreI'm currently working on a historical novel entitled THE REBEL AND THE SPY. It's set during the War of 1812 and takes place mainly in and around New Orleans, Baltimore, and Washington. The heroine is one of Jean Laffite's pirates and the hero infiltrates their group.(less)
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Captain Tempesta Captain Tempesta by Emilio Salgari

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For thirteen long months, the Venetians have endured and staved off the Ottoman army of Sultan Selim II. But there is only so much that 700 can do against 80,000. The blockade of the port has cut off supplies and reinforcements, making it only a matter of time before Famagusta falls. Yet no one thinks of surrendering. Even if they did, t Read more of this blog post »
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