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Bluewater Seven.

Bluewater Seven

Don McLain

Blue House Publishing

1439 Dagg Road, Yoakum, TX 77995

0977677516 $29.95

Bluewater Seven: South From Alaska, a novel by Don McLain, is an engaging story of working and living on the oil rigs off of the coast of western America during one greatly difficult winter. As the courageous crew move an offshore drilling rig from the northern coast through the Gulf of Alaska to the Californian coastal regions, readers are treated to an active and engaging tale, thrilling its readers with an dynamic story of barfights, a loathsome fisherman, and the dangers of the open ocean. Bluewater Seven is very highly recommended to those with an interest in general fiction who are searching for an enticing novel based on a true story and depicting the realities of the life of oil-rig men.
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Title Annotation:Bluewater Seven: South from Alaska
Publication:Small Press Bookwatch
Article Type:Book review
Date:May 1, 2006
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