Lifesaving Lessons

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Lifesaving Lessons by Linda Greenlaw
Ebook $11.99

Mar 21, 2013 | 272 Pages

  • Ebook $11.99

    Mar 21, 2013 | 272 Pages

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Praise for Linda Greenlaw and Seaworthy

"Book readers should rejoice…Greenlaw’s writing sweeps the reader along not only for the incidents at sea but also for her candid reflections about them." — The Huffington Post

"A great read."

The Boston Examiner

"From mishaps to fish tales, Greenlaw keeps her narrative suspenseful." — Publishers Weekly

"Fast-paced and lively." — The Portland Press Herald

"Greenlaw speaks with unquestionable authority when fashioning the salty atmosphere of swordfishing life. A vanishing slice of life caught with ardor and freshness." — Kirkus

"Greenlaw knows how to spin a good yarn…Seaworthy is a more reflective book, pondering not just the vageries of nature but the nature of success and self-defintion." —

"Greenlaw is a remarkable woman who can hold her own, whether it’s in the male-dominated fishing industry or on the printed page." —

"Pure joy." — The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville)

"Even if you never really wanted to go to sea for months at a time on a fishing boat…you’ll be caught from the very first sentence of this engrossing and illuminating book." — San Francisco Book Review

Praise for The Hungry Ocean:

“Anyone who loves the sea will love this book.”

Sebastian Junger, author of The Perfect Storm

“A beautiful book…A story of triumph, of a woman not only making it but succeeding at the highest level in one of the most male-dominated and most dangerous professions.” — Douglas Whynott, The New York Times Book Review

Praise for The Lobster Chronicles:

“These true, interwoven stories of island life and lobstering are as engaging and uncommon as [Greenlaw’s] adventures at sea.” — Boston Magazine

Praise for All Fisherman Are Liars:

“You can’t help but be a bit in awe of Greenlaw for her gutsiness, and she comes across as so darn likable you wish you were sitting at the Dry Dock next to her.” — The Miami Herald

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