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Dread Pirate Fleur and the Ruby Heart: 06/14/20
Dread Pirate Fleur and the Ruby Heart by Sara Starbuck opens with Fleur learning her father's true identity moments before he's killed. She's then taken onto her uncle's pirate ship where she has to pretend to be a boy and earn her keep.
Over the course of the book she proves herself to her uncle and learns the good and bad of her father's history. He was Henry the Heartless and had to make some terrible choices over the course of his career.
The book is a quick and enjoyable read but not a particularly memorable one. The sequel is Dread Pirate Fleur and the Hangman's Noose (2010).