The Power Of The Sample Chapter Edit
Now…just to be clear…we’re not saying this was all down to us. Absolutely not, not in any way, shape or form.
With its Tarantino title, its Moll Flanders tone and its Musketeer-style swashbuckling, Five Guns Blazing, by Emma Rose Millar and Kevin Allen, kicked the doors in and announced itself as a contender not only for publication, but also for TV or movie adaptation right from the get-go.
We loved it here at JFE – the story of a waif in the 1700s, a girl forced to dress as a boy through a youth in a London workhouse, through transportation to a plantation in Barbados, and on into a life of piracy among the likes of ‘Calico Jack’ Rackham, Anne Bonny and Mary Read was a red-hot page-turner from start to…
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