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Corvette, The (1985)
Richard Woodman

Editions:

1987 as Arctic Treachery 1st edition (hard cover), Walker and Company (New York)

Main Characters:

DRINKWATER, Nathaniel

Supporting Characters:

Matthew
Meetuck
AKEROYD, John
APPLEYARD
ATKINSON
BESCOND
BOURNE
CAWKWELL
COMLEY
DRINKWATER, Charlotte Amelia
DRINKWATER, Elizabeth
DUNGARTH
DUTFIELD
ELLERBY, Jemmett
FREY
GERMANEY, Francis
GLENCROSS, Alexander
GORTON
HARVEY, Jaybez
HILL, Stephen
JERVIS [ST. VINCENT], John
LEARMOUTH
LEEK, Jim
LOVE, Jack
MACEWAN, Catriona
MACEWAN, [Mrs.]
MACKMAN
MACPHERSON
MALIM
MARSDEN
MAXTED, Billy Cue
MEGGS
MOUNT
MULLACK
NORRIS, Peter
PATER
POLESWORTH
PUCILL, Elijah
QUILHAMPTON, James
RENAUDSON, Thomas
RISPIN
SAWYERS
SAWYERS, Abel
SINGLETON, Obadiah
SKEETE
TEMPLETON
TREGEMBO
VROLICQ, Jean
WALLER, William
WALMSLEY
WICKHAM

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