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Napper, T. R.. “The Volunteer” In Amok: An Anthology of Asia-Pacific Speculative Fiction, Edited by Malcolm, Dominica. Np: Solarwyrm Press, 2014.
Nelson, Ray [Radell Faraday](b. 1931). Virtual Zen. New York: Avon Books, 1996.
Nisbet, [James] Hume(1848-1921). Valdmer the Viking: A Romance of the Eleventh Century by Sea and Land. London: Hutchinson & Co, 1893.
Noon, Jeff(b. 1957). Vurt. Littleborough, Eng.: Ringpull Press, 1993.

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San Blas,, Caesario Bachelor [pseud.]. A Voyage to the Island of Philosophers. Part 1st, Containing an account of the Island and its Inhabitants, together with the Incidents which occurred there, during the sojourn of the Writer. Veni, Vidi, Scripsi. [Albany, NY]: np, 1830.
Sargent, Pamela(b. 1948). Venus of Shadows. New York: Doubleday, 1988.
Sargent, Pamela(b. 1948). Venus of Dreams. New York: Bantam Books, 1986.
Schlee, Ann [Acheson](b. 1934). The Vandal. London: Macmillan, 1979.
Scott, Raphael [pseud.]. The Voyages, Adventures, and Miraculous Escapes of Raphael Scott, Being a Full and Authentic Account of His Villainous Betrayal and Abduction (By His Uncle, Who had been Appointed His Guardian) on Board the Merchant Ship Gazelle, of Philadelphia, Which Vessel, After Being at Sea Twenty Days, Was Plundered by a Piratical Craft Commanded by a Widely Known and Much Dreaded Buccaneer Chief, Miles! Together With a Complete History of a Romantic Nation of Pirates!! Now Residing on a Beautiful Island, Called The Isle of Happiness, Situated South of Cuba. Also, a Correct Statement of the Long Imprisonment and Deplorable Sufferings of Miss Edda Cramer, a Young Lady of Extraordinary Personal Beauty, Who Was for Seven Months Missing From New York City, and of Whose Fate Nothing Could Be Learned, Until She Was Nobly Rescued By the Hero of this Truly Interesting Work. To Which Is Added, Some Startling Passages in the Life of Charles Scattergood, a Young Man Likewise Found Among the Pirates, By Whom He Was Picked Up in the Middle of the Ocean, Where He Had Drifted in an Open Boat, In Which He Had Been Placed by a Cold-Hearted, Unfeeling Brother. Philadelphia, PA: E.E. Barclay, 1850.

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