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Fighting for the Right

Oliver Optic

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Mr. Gilfleur?"

"With the greatest pleasure," answered the detective with one of his politest bows. "While you were talking with the captain of the Ionian, I saw the first officer of this steamer go into the cabin. I was told by a sailor that he was the mate. In a minute or two he came on deck again, and I saw that he had something under his coat. He moved forward, and was going to the side when I jumped upon him. After a struggle I took this tin case from him."

The detective stepped forward, and handed the tin case to the executive officer as gracefully as though he had been figuring in a ballroom. Captain Sawlock had followed the officers over from the port side. He appeared to be confounded, and listened in silence to the explanation of Mr. Gilfleur. But he looked decidedly ugly.

"That case is my personal, private property," said he, as soon as it was in the hands of the chief officer of the boarding-party.

"I don't dispute it, Capta. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Not quite as exciting as the others in this series, but lot's of fun all teh same. This time Christy has stepped down from his captaincy to be a leutenant aboard his beloved Bellevite. His mission is to assist a French spy in the south. With disguises and French phony accents, surprise meetings, cap