By Arthur Ransome
Tom Dudgeon has eliminate a motor cruiser from its moorings to guard a coot's nest, yet now the cruiser is looking low and high for him - even supplying a present. Tom accepts a call for participation for a week's cruise to educate his new pals, Dick and Dorothea tips to sail. You couldn't get a greater sailor than Tom yet can he rather remain one bounce prior to his pursuers lengthy adequate to accomplish the voyage?
(Originally released in 1934)
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