In the grand tradition of Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson and Jack London, read King Corrigan’s Treasure.
King Corrigan’s Treasure collects for the first time the complete escapades of H.D. Couzens’ greatest creation, South Seas adventurer Captain Billy Englehart.
Accompanied by his mate, Jim Carncross, Englehart blazes a trail across rough waters, encountering mutiny, cannibals, ghost ships and the evil that men do when seeking fabled lost treasure through such stories “A Salvage Job,” “Corks and the Commodore,” “Mutiny on the Tonga Belle,” and others.
The appendix includes a bibliography of the work of H.D. Couzens.
Edited and with an introduction by Doug Ellis.
- The Mutiny on the Tonga Belle
- Salt of the Sea
- A Salvage Job
- Just Bait
- Corks and the Commodore
- The Devil Ship
- King Corrigan’s Treasure
- Bibliography of the Works by H.D. Couzens
- “Commodore” Weaver—Shady Adventurer
First book publication.
Trade paperback / 206 pages
Cover art by Modest Stein
A Five Star review on Amazon.
- “. . . thank you, Mr. Black Dog, for another great book!”