The Skull & Crossbone Collection
Betrayal and secrets in the age of sail. Oh yes, and pirates. Dirty, dirty pirates.
A body can get thirsty out there, sailing the briny deep, but never fear. This trio of tales is bursting with plenty of dark, juicy goodness to keep you from drying out.
Salt and scallywags. Horror and heat. Death and love and revenge.
Come get your timbers shivered.
The Skull & Crossbone Collection includes three interconnected stand-alone stories that can be read in any order:
- The Devil’s Luck
- The Decline and Fall of Rowland Graves
- The Maid and the Cook
The Skull & Crossbone stories are not tales of the polished aristocracy where lords and ladies sigh amid fine silks and glittering ballrooms. These are the stories of criminals and outcasts—filthy, ugly, bawdy … dark. Heed the warning on the map: Here be dragons. This set contains non- and dubious consent, violence, and some horror.
The Devil’s Luck
Pirates don’t ask for permission.
The Decline and Fall of Rowland Graves
“What sort of person does these things?”
Begin the life he’s earned.
The Maid and the Cook
“I’m no man’s ‘pretty girl,’ and you know it.”
The hangman has no mercy.