Chapter 1: Le Havre
 

Nicholas Knapp, known aboard the ship by the stolen name of Jean-Marc Crevier, stood at the bow of the ship, enjoying his first taste of freedom from his cramped cabin in months. His first taste of cold freedom, he thought as he wrapped his cloak tighter around him. October was already a chilly month at these latitudes, but the stiff western wind seemed to drive wet cold spikes though his cloak and skin into . . .

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