The Merry Anne

Samuel MERWIN (1875 - 1936)

This 1904 maritime adventure is set in the Great Lakes region, upon water and in wood. Our hero is caught in a smuggling scheme and may lose his boat and his sweetheart. With a fast pace and interesting plot, the story is made realistic with very modern "bad-guys". (Summary by Brenda Price)

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Nautical & Marine Fiction, Romance

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 - Dick and his Merry Anne Betsie Bush
00:28:44
Play 02 02 - The New Mate Betsie Bush
00:28:38
Play 03 03 - At the House on Stilts Betsie Bush
00:22:41
Play 04 04 - The Circle Mark Betsie Bush
00:27:08
Play 05 05 - Burnt Cove Betsie Bush
00:30:12
Play 06 06 - The Red Seal Label Betsie Bush
00:25:03
Play 07 07 - Drawing Together Betsie Bush
00:27:58
Play 08 08 - The Evening of the Same Day Betsie Bush
00:28:02
Play 09 09 - The Chase begins--Thursday Morning Betsie Bush
00:23:34
Play 10 10 - Thursday Night--the Gingham Dress Betsie Bush
00:41:57
Play 11 11 - Thursday Night--Van Deelen's Bridge Betsie Bush
00:29:30
Play 12 12 - The Meeting Betsie Bush
00:26:55
Play 13 13 - Whiskey Jim Betsie Bush
00:27:54
Play 14 14 - Harbor Lights Betsie Bush
00:30:17
Play 15 15 - In which Beveridge surprises himself Betsie Bush
00:16:42