Mark Keating - Hodder & Stoughton

Mark Keating



Mark Keating was born in North London and spent most of his life working around the South East selling everything from comic books to champagne.

He now lives in Pembrokeshire with his wife and sons and is currently looking at the sea.

Visit Mark Keating's website at http://markkeatingsbooks.blogspot.co.uk/ and follow him on Twitter @piratedevlin

Books currently available by this author

Date published: New > Old

Hodder Paperbacks

Cross of Fire

Mark Keating
Authors:
Mark Keating

Hodder & Stoughton

Blood Diamond: A Pirate Devlin Novel

Mark Keating
Authors:
Mark Keating

Each Devlin novel is a standalone adventure. In BLOOD DIAMOND the fearles pirate captain Devlin is invited to London by the Prince of Wales, no less, and offered an amnesty if he will carry out a daring crime. Devlin is tasked with going to Paris to steal the biggest, most valuable diamond ever found - the Pitt Diamond - now in the possession of the French Prince Regent. Set against the unsure frenzy of speculation known as the South Sea Bubble, with action and suspense on the filthy streets and great palaces of London and Paris, not to mention an epic confrontation with the French navy in the English Channel, BLOOD DIAMOND is sthe most exciting novel yet in the Devlin series.

Hodder & Stoughton

Hunt for White Gold

Mark Keating
Authors:
Mark Keating
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Fight for Freedom

Mark Keating
Authors:
Mark Keating

Sold by his father for four guineas, Patrick Devlin knows just how cheap life is in a world of slavery, violence and greed.Devlin is taken as a servant by Captain John Coxon of the Royal Navy, whose job in this uneasy peace time is to protect the stupendous wealth of the East India Trading Company.But when pirates sink Coxon's ship, Devlin willingly trades his servile existence for their life of dangerous liberty.And when he sets off in pursuit of a secret cargo of French bullion, it is Coxon - disgraced and hungry for revenge - who is despatched to bring his former dog to heel.Fight for Freedom was published in hardback under the title The Pirate Devlin.