Pirateology: A Pirate Hunter's Companion

Pirateology: A Pirate Hunter's Companion is a book written by Dugald Steer and designed by Nghiem Ta. It was published in 2006 by Templar Publishing in the United Kingdom and Candlewick Press in the United States

This book is composed of the remains of what the privateer William Lubber left behind, mainly his journal, which tells of the chase of Arabella Drummond, the notorious female pirate, across the seven seas. Included in the book is a replica of a treasure map, leading to Arabella Drummond's buried treasure.

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