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1694: From out of nowhere comes a beautiful stranger with a story of treachery that could topple dynasties and rock the mighty Dutch East India Company to its core. As powerful forces rally against them Captain Dirk de Lange and his crew embark on a mission of mercy to a mysterious land whose inhabitants guard a dangerous and deadly secret. WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY: ABC TV's 'Sh 1694: From out of nowhere comes a beautiful stranger with a story of treachery that could topple dynasties and rock the mighty Dutch East India Company to its core. As powerful forces rally against them Captain Dirk de Lange and his crew embark on a mission of mercy to a mysterious land whose inhabitants guard a dangerous and deadly secret. WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY: ABC TV's 'Shipwreck Detectives' star and Western Australian Maritime Museum maritime archaeologist, Dr Jeremy Green: "Fabulous story ... well researched and historically accurate ... a delight to read ... I highly recommend it." Western Australian Aboriginal elder and cultural adviser, Professor Noel Nannup: "Fascinating ... a great page-turner with real insight into the ways of pre-colonial Aboriginal people ... the most intelligent, interesting and entertaining book on the subject that I have read." University of Leiden head of maritime archaeology and The Netherlands' leading authority on the Dutch East India Company, Professor Femme Gaastra: "A wonderful book ... took me back to a different world ... congratulations." The Sunday Times' book reviewer Jan Hallam: "Picks you up like a Surfer’s Point swell and fairly tosses you through the many twists and turns of its highly entertaining plot ... swashbuckling adventure yet evocative and insightful ... great characters with personalities you really care about ... a cracking read."


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1694: From out of nowhere comes a beautiful stranger with a story of treachery that could topple dynasties and rock the mighty Dutch East India Company to its core. As powerful forces rally against them Captain Dirk de Lange and his crew embark on a mission of mercy to a mysterious land whose inhabitants guard a dangerous and deadly secret. WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY: ABC TV's 'Sh 1694: From out of nowhere comes a beautiful stranger with a story of treachery that could topple dynasties and rock the mighty Dutch East India Company to its core. As powerful forces rally against them Captain Dirk de Lange and his crew embark on a mission of mercy to a mysterious land whose inhabitants guard a dangerous and deadly secret. WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY: ABC TV's 'Shipwreck Detectives' star and Western Australian Maritime Museum maritime archaeologist, Dr Jeremy Green: "Fabulous story ... well researched and historically accurate ... a delight to read ... I highly recommend it." Western Australian Aboriginal elder and cultural adviser, Professor Noel Nannup: "Fascinating ... a great page-turner with real insight into the ways of pre-colonial Aboriginal people ... the most intelligent, interesting and entertaining book on the subject that I have read." University of Leiden head of maritime archaeology and The Netherlands' leading authority on the Dutch East India Company, Professor Femme Gaastra: "A wonderful book ... took me back to a different world ... congratulations." The Sunday Times' book reviewer Jan Hallam: "Picks you up like a Surfer’s Point swell and fairly tosses you through the many twists and turns of its highly entertaining plot ... swashbuckling adventure yet evocative and insightful ... great characters with personalities you really care about ... a cracking read."

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