Sci-fi and fantasy authors don't always write all their novels in the same continuity. A budding new author's first published book might be about space pirates in the 27th century, while his sophomore effort might instead be about 21st century scientists reverse-engineering a flying saucer. In response to popular demand, he might end up writing a sequel to one, or even both of these novels. Flash forward about 20 years — the author has grown wealthy from writing stories about Captain Flash Orangebeard and Dr. Smith of Mars, but he's running out of ideas and the two long-running series are in danger of getting stale.
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Stone broke on the island of Quica and with his ship in need or re-stocking, Bill accepts an ancient Spanish doubloon from a young Australian named Carr Barry Norton in exchange for taking him to Tapillo, where Carr can take a ship to Sidney. Bill gives the doubloon to trader Joblin Louis Natheaux for supplies, and does not bother to correct the trader's impression that he has found a fabulous horde of pirate gold. With Madame Gruen Margaret Irving , a slatternly jade who runs a waterfront boarding house, and Samson the ever-oily Roy D'Arcy , her paramour, Joblin schemes to seize Captain Bill's supposed treasure trove. Together, they gather a a crew of cutthroats, led by Black Pierre George J. Lewis , leader of the scum of the waterfront dives, to seize the treasure. Bill also meets Dr. Kelkey Crane Wilbur , loser in many bouts with a brandy bottle, and his ward, Madge Lewis Marian Nixon , on a mission to find the man who murdered and robbed her father in Australia.