Author(s): Jean Dufaux
Three years have passed in Puerto Blanco, and there has been no news of the Barracuda. Emilio, still passing himself off as a woman, has been learning the art of fencing from Mr Flynn. Maria, now married to the slave merchant Ferrango, makes her husband's existence a living hell. As for Raffy, being left behind by his pirate father has hit him hard. But when an old enemy of Flynn's sails into the harbour, their lives are turned upside down again.
Jean Dufaux is a noted author who has created many series throughout his long career. Among them: "Murena," "Lament of the Lost Moors." and, more recently, "Crusade" Sometimes called "Jean the Prolific," at ease with practically every style, his most famous heroine remains "Jessica Blandy." Jeremy is a young Belgian artist who began as a colourist for the series "Murena" and "Lament of the Lost Moors," both written by Dufaux, who, impressed by his work, chose to partner with him on "Barracuda."