The most beautiful of all the great American super frigates, The Constitution, led by a tiny navy against the Pasha of Tripoli and the great fleets of Britain. And at her helm, three young captains changed the course of a nation.
In "Sunday's Courage", the beautiful and religious Pauline Wharton finds love and sacrifice on the high seas. And Ruela Karamanli, daughter of the Pasha, half nomad and half royalty, pursues the most daring and handsome sea captain of his era, all the while propelled by an unholy hatred.
The War of 1812 brings an extraordinary group of heroes and scoundrels, a genius, a madman, a princess and a struggling saint, into a conflict lavish with the beauty of the sea and the terror of combat. This is the story of the women who struggled at the center of this timeless battle.
This paperback is in very good condition with a light reader's crease.