A Prisoner of Morro

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Categories: Nonfiction

Those five men made a heroic resolution. But it was inevitable . . . for they did not mean for their valuable ship to fall into the hands of the enemy. And they made known their determination -- for t


hey kept battering away at the big hulk that loomed up in the darkness, running close alongside and firing viciously. Every shot made a deafening crash as it struck home. But the Americans did not mind it especially. When a man has made up his mind to die . . . he is not afraid of anything. Upton Sinclair was considered a force of nature -- being not only prolific in his novel-writing but a political force of decided influence. Unknown to many of his admirers, Sinclair also wrote adventure fiction, under the name Ensign Clark Fitch, U.S.N.

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