The Helldivers' Rodeo by Humberto Fontova
A Deadly, X-Treme, Scuba-Diving, Spearfishing, Adventure Amid the Off Shore Oil Platforms in the Murky Waters of the Gulf of Mexico

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An account of some of the wildest, most x-treme sportmen in recent memory.

About Humberto Fontova

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Humberto Fontova, who left Cuba in 1961 at age seven, has written for several conservative magazines and is the author of Fidel: Hollywoods Favorite Tyrant. He has appeared on many radio and television shows and is active in the Cuban American community.
Published June 28, 2001 by M. Evans and Company, Inc.. 244 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Sports & Outdoors, Professional & Technical, Nature & Wildlife. Non-fiction

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The book is part Hunter Thompson "gonzo"-style tale about "kick-ass, deep-diving, monstrosity-spearing rig divers," and part paean to the fearless diving sportsmen of the 1950s—including a young Jacques Cousteau, who first taught American divers about the "kill zone" at a shark's forehead—who the...

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