From “The Sauder Diaries — A Bloodier Rose “:
“Good night, Chief. Thank you for the company.”
“Quite welcome, sir, and if I might offer some advice? Do not make the mistake of confusing Michael O’Raedy with Captain Blackheart. One is a man with faults and weaknesses, the other is an inherited legend that is supposed to know no bounds in fearlessness and ruthlessness.”
Sauder watched the Chief Steward make his way along the port-size breezeway, leaving the very thoughtful young German alone in the Caribbean night.
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“The Sauder Diaries – A Bloodier Rose” is the second book in the series, and picks up where “The Sauder Diaries – By Any Other Name” left off and was released this Friday just passed.
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