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"In the shadowy light that twisted and distorted its features I was struck by the notion that this figure looked more like an angry avenging angel than a docile bird." Chapter 2, pg. 12

"Quite all right, Mr. Keetch. If there has to be only one, she's the trump. With her as a witness, they'll not dare to move. I'm well satisfied." Chapter 2, pg. 24

"But when a ship is upon the sea, there's but one who rules. As God is to his people, as king to his nation, as father to his family, so is captain to his crew. Sheriff. Judge and jury. He is all." Chapter 4, pg. 35

"I don't think you will find the crew to your liking, of course, but there will be no harm in being friendly to them. The truth is, you will do them a world of good." Chapter 5, pg. 43

"It should be no surprise that...

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