The Pirate Queen by Alan Gold
The Story of Grace O'Malley, Irish Pirate

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Grace O'Malley commanded a dozen ships and the obedience of thousands of men. Her empire stretched from Connaught on the Irish coast to the cobalt aters of Africa. Through the daring of her piracy, Grace nearly bankrupted the English treasury-and her outright defiance brought embarrassment to Elizabeth I. Yet the lives of these two amazing women were inextricably intertwined-and their eventual meeting during the most brilliant and romantic era that Europe has ever known would shock the world.

About Alan Gold

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Alan Gold began his career as a journalist, working in the UK, Europe, and Israel. In 1970, he emigrated to Australia with his wife, Eva, and now lives in St. Ives, Sydney, where he divides his time between writing novels and running his award-winning marketing consultancy.
Published January 3, 2006 by NAL Trade. 368 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Grace's story meets Queen Elizabeth's toward the novel's end, when the English kidnap Grace's youngest son.

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