New York Times best-selling author Martin Dugard writes the first account of Columbus's little-known last voyage. Columbus' famed 1492 expedition wasn't his last. After tough times, he was given one more chance. But this voyage didn't have the fortuitous accidents of 1492. Instead it brought a shipwreck and more violence and mutiny than ever before-pushing an aging explorer to his limit.
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