The ship was a seam-splitting, creaking, leaking, stinking barge.
It would get by.
The captain was a fat, foul-mouthed, drunken bum.
The crew was cutthroat, cunning, and crooked.
It did its work.
And the one female passenger was young, lovely, and willing. But she was a lighted torch to the inflamed passions of 19 men - and when she was bored with lusting, she turned her devil's mind to the biggest thrill of her life...
She put a match to the cargo: 129,000 tons of high explosive oil.
by G.H. Otis
by John Otis
by Carre Otis, Hugo Schwyzer
by Lawrence Otis Graham
by Leo Tolstoy
by Wilkie Collins
by Lewis Carroll
by Henry David Thoreau
by H.G. Wells
by Charlotte Bronte
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