Galley-man by Dasck Defin is a novel written by a woman from Chambon sur Lignon, France who now lives in England. It details the life of Ezekiel, a Huguenot man arrested in 1685 who was forced to row French galleys and the life of Isabeau, imprisoned in La Tour de Constance in Aigues-Mortes for her faith. Galley-man is available in English (New Generation Publishing UK) from and can also be found in French from the French publisher Edilivre.