During the late 18th century the governing dey of Algiers ruled the Mediterranean Sea. He was master of European nations and the Islamic tribes of North Africa. A young American sailor, snared by the Barbary Pirates, suffers the despair of slavery. James Cathcart becomes slave to the dey of Algiers and is, therefore, at the center of international intrigue. He finds love in a grim prison, and again among the desert Tuareg. He was a slave and a diplomat; a slave and a warrior. Through the eleven-year journey, James always sustained his faith in freedom.

Barbary Slave

Author: Robert Evans

Title: Barbary Slave


First Published by: Robert Evans


Format: PB

Date: 10 December 2012

ISBN-10: 098844660X

ISBN-13: 9780988446601



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