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Offline captronr

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New Book review
« on: August 09, 2017, 09:59:00 PM »
Just finished reading the sequel written by CPYOA’s own Al Santini, called Back to the Gulf of Mexico.   It is fast paced fiction that showcases how some government agencies can overstep their responsibilities to the public.  Obviously set in the Gulf of Mexico including an Eclipse and other boats, Captain Pete and others are faced with many challenges, some sailing, some not. 

While I’m not a conspiracy theorist, having just read John Grisham’s Rogue Lawyer  and  David Baldacci’s Absolute Power, I was already in a “THOSE B**TARDS, THEY CAN’T DO THAT!” mindset when I read Al’s latest book, which fit right in that mold.

While you can read the sequel first, it would make a little more sense to read the original book first.

Full Disclosure:  Al is my friend, and he did provide me a free copy of this book.  But my comments above would stand no matter.

And since I am hyping books, I loved Dead in the Water by Stuart Woods.
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