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Sails on the Horizon (2005)
Jay Worrall

Editions:

2005 1st edition (hard cover), Random House (New York)

Supporting Characters:

Bob
ATTWATER, Daisy
ATTWATER, Rose
ATTWATER, [Mrs.]
BERRY, Edward
BEVAN, Daniel
BLACK, George
BOWAN, Jimmy
BOWLES, Billy
BROWN, Elizabeth
BROWN, George
BROWN, Penelope "Penny" Hanna
BROWN, Peter
CLAYTON
COLLINGWOOD, Cuthbert
DORCHESTER, Arthur
ECCLESBY, George
EDGEMONT, Eleanor "Ellie"
EDGEMONT, John
EDWARDS, Thaddeus
ELIOT, Samuel
FITZHUGH
FREEMONT, Nigel
GEORGE, George
HOWELL, Davey
HUDGINS, Thomas
JERVIS [ST. VINCENT], John
JOHNSON
KESWICK
LINCOLN, Matthew
MACPHERSON
MAHONE
NELSON, Horatio
PIERCE
RHODES
SMITH
SMITH, Todd
SPENCER, George John
TATE, Robert
TILLMAN
TURNBULL, Joshua
WILKINS
WILLARD, Joseph
WILSON
WINCHESTER, Stephen
WITHERS
WOOD, Edward
WORRALL, Joshua
WORRALL, Mary
YORK, Tom

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