Mr. Trunnell, Mate of the Ship “Pirate” cover

Mr. Trunnell, Mate of the Ship “Pirate”

Thornton Jenkins Hains

1. 01 – Chapter I
2. 02 – Chapter II
3. 03 – Chapter III
4. 04 – Chapter IV
5. 05 – Chapter V
6. 06 – Chapter VI
7. 07 – Chapter VII
8. 08 – Chapter VIII
9. 09 – Chapter IX
10. 10 – Chapter X
11. 11 – Chapter XI
12. 12 – Chapter XII
13. 13 – Chapter XIII
14. 14 – Chapter XIV
15. 15 – Chapter XV
16. 16 – Chapter XVI
17. 17 – Chapter XVII
18. 18 – Chapter XVIII
19. 19 – Chapter XIX
20. 20 – Chapter XX
21. 21 – Chapter XXI
22. 22 – Chapter XXII
23. 23 – Chapter XXIII
24. 24 – Chapter XXIV

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Summary

This is the tale of a perilous voyage aboard a clipper ship told by the second mate. He looks up to Trunnell, the first mate, who somehow manages to hold things together between a murdering former captain, a captain who may not actually be a captain, and a crew inclined to mutiny. This all leads to a surprising and satisfying ending. The author, Hains, wrote frequently of the sea. He is the author who (under a pen name) had a story on the newsstands about a liner hitting an iceberg and sinking, while Titanic was doing precisely that!