's biography of a notorious seventeenth-century privateer (who became Lieutenant-Governor of Jamaica) appeared first at New York as Henry Morgan
, Pirate in 1946, then at London as Sir Henry Morgan, Pirate and...
In an author's note, Daviot sets out two principles for writing historical fiction: first, that the simplified plot and invented detail must not falsify the general picture, and second, that the writer must tell the...
's fictionalized biography of seventeenth-century buccaneer Henry Morgan
, The Privateer, was published posthumously under the pseudonym Gordon Daviot