AOS Pirate Fiction
When doing research for historic naval fiction books to add to this site I often find ones about pirates. Some of these may be of interest to naval fiction fans so I am adding them to this index. If you are interested in purchasing any, and direct links are not provided from the book, please visit and search the online stores.
The Fabulous Buccaneer
- By Robert Carse
The book is about Alexander Selkirk, a privateer who was marooned on Juan Fernandez, off the coast of Chile. These were the real life events on which Robinson Crusoe was based.
- By D.R. Bensen
Caribbean pirate adventure
Nick Debrett - the one-eyed former slave who'd cut a bloody path to freedom, and lived to laugh at the hangman.
Lady Jane - The freebooting aristocrat who'd dare anybody, anything, to kill the man who'd destroyed her family.
Ned lynch - the gentleman cutthroat who had a lusty appetite for pleasure, a fierce sense of loyalty and a restless yen for adventure.
Cudjo Quarrel - His knives were swifter than muskets, and as silent as angels of death.
The Noble Pirate
- By Raymond Foxall
On his country estate, John Crispin was a nobleman worshiped by his tenants and the local villagers - generous, kind and gentle. On the stormy seas of the English Channel, he was the feared master of the phantom like vessel that defied the might of the British navy and the most cunning traps laid by the servants of the Crown. And in the scented bowers of passion, he was a lover who won what he wanted.
Cup of Gold
- By John Steinbeck
Henry Morgan ruled the Spanish Main in the 1670s, ravaging the coasts of Cuba and America and striking terror wherever he went. His lust and greed knew no bounds, and he was utterly consumed by two passions; to possess the mysterious woman known as La Santa Roja, the Red Saint, and to conquer Panama and wrest 'the cup of gold' from Spanish hands.
The Pirate From Rome
- By John V. D. Southworth
Set in the time of the Roman Empire. Marcus, a young Roman is captured by pirates and, with a pretty young thing, held for ransom. When ransom is not forthcoming, he swears allegiance to the pirates and becomes a lieutenant. The book includes big battle scenes and plenty of sadistic hand-to-hand combat.
Return to Treasure Island
- By John Goldsmith
Their fates entangled once more, the rapacious pirate Long John Silver and ex-cabin boy Jim Hawkins - now having graduated from Oxford University - are caught up in the search for even more treasure still buried on the infamous Treasure Island.