Tales of Old 46 – The Drum of the Sea
Summary: By Gerri Leen Read by Shawn Robertson Sir Francis Drake sat in the moonlight, watching as the movement of the Defiance made his claret swish back and forth in the exquisitely chased silver goblet he'd stolen years ago from the Spaniards. He'd tried to get more treasure this trip, tried to take it from the Dons at San Juan harbor. What a fiasco that had proved. A cannonball had nearly ended him. But his infamous luck had held out. he hadn't been in bed when the great ball of iron tore through the hull and landed where he should have been lying.