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The Rival Crusoes by W.H.G. Kingston

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The Rival Crusoes
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: 0554097400
Number of pages: 307

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The ship is posted to the Far East station but is shipwrecked. Both Dick and Lord Reginald survive the wreck and become 'Crusoes', still with a deadly rivalry. But Lord Reginald is an incompetent, and would not have survived, had not Dick rescued him, and brought him back to health. Lord Reginald apologises for his past behaviour. Eventually they get back to England, and the story ends there.

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