In Peril by Skip Strong
A Daring Decision, a Captain's Resolve, and the Salvage that Made History

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In Peril is a taut, well-paced, and riveting drama wrapped around a seagoing world few people have the opportunity to glimpse.

About Skip Strong

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Skip Strong was thirty-two when he started sailing as captain of the Cherry Valley. He is now a ship pilot on Penobscot Bay. Twain Braden has worked as a navigation instructor and captain aboard traditionally rigged sailing vessels from Maine to the Caribbean. He now operates the vintage wooden schooner Bagheera, a 1924 John Alden design, out of the Old Port in Portland, Maine.
Published November 1, 2003 by Lyons Press. 280 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, History. Non-fiction

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Strong and Braden's tale of an imperfect storm, three ships and a daring rescue comes to vivid life in this gem of a book.

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