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Born in England, but living in Australia, the author has been writing for ten years.
"The Unfortunate Isles" is the fourth book by M.C. Muir in the successful "Under Admiralty Orders" series. Inspiration for these stories comes from a love of the sea and tall ships.
Muir's other works include four historical novels set in Yorkshire and various shorter publications including some for younger readers published under the by-line Margaret Muir.

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"There is plenty of action to keep the reader's interest from
begining to end. When the final resolution comes it is totally appropriate
and artistically extremely satisfying."
-- Historical Novels Review

About the Author

Margaret Muir emigrated from England to Australia to raise her family. After a career in diagnostic cytology she completed a writing degree and is now a full-time author. Like her previous novel published by Hale, Sea Dust, this book draws on her love of Yorkshire and in particular the moors and village around Leeds where she grew up. You can visit her website at www.margaretmuirauthor.com

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