Collected Fictions Characters

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Lazarus Morrell—The Cruel Redeemer Lazarus Morrell

Lazarus Morrell is a poor white man who turns to crime based on manipulating both slaves and slave owners.

Tom Castro—The Improbable Impostor Tom Castro

Tom Castro is a foolish man who, due to his smiling pleasant exterior, wins friends and survives. Finally, when his mentor and mastermind Bogle collapses, he is thrown in jail.

Ebenezer Bogle—The Improbable Impostor Tom Castro

Ebenezer Bogle is a black man and a genius that meets Tom in Australia. He gets Tom to scheme to pretend to be the rich woman's son lost at sea. Unfortunately for Tom, at a critical point Ebenezer dies.

The Window Ching—The Widow Ching-Pirate

Shortly after her husband is treacherously poisoned, the Widow Ching takes up the leadership of a pirate fleet. She tries to be ethical in some respects in her leadership, and...

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