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Within The Enemy's Lines

Oliver Optic

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. . .g enough to admit the body-corporate of the skipper. It was not a particularly clean place, for a portion of it had been economized for the stowage of the charcoal, which the skipper preferred to wood. But he did not rebel at the blackness of the retreat he had chosen, for he wore his boating dress, which was hardly stylish enough for a dude or a dandy.

But Skipper Passford did not crawl into this black hole for the fun of the thing. He had been spending his time in waiting for a movement to be made in regard to the Bellevite. He staid in the house all the forenoon, and, after lunch, he sailed down the river in the Florence, though with no object in doing so beyond passing the time. Not far from the beach where he had afterwards left the yacht, he discovered a boat rowed by two men with a third in the stern sheets.

The breeze was quite gentle, though the Florence would sail at a very tolerable speed when there was the least apology for a wind. She was d. . . Read More

Community Reviews

The sequal to Taken by the Enemy, a civil war series on the sea.

It was fun seeing what happened next to the characters, now that the war has begun in ernest, and father and son returned to the North. The beginning few chapters had a bit too much review for my likes, and were pretty much a rititera