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Lost on the Ocean Floor.

Lost On The Ocean Floor

John Christopher Fine

Naval Institute Press

2062 Generals Hwy, Annapolis, MD 21401-6780

www.navalinstitute.org

159114275X $29.95 1-800-233-8764

Blend an award-winning photojournalist with a scuba diving expertise and you have the elements of an intriguing story in Lost On The Ocean Floor: Diving The World's Ghost Ships. Fine has explored and documented not just a few but many of the sunken fleets of the world for most of his adult life, so Lost On The Ocean Floor showcases the most exciting of his discoveries, not just a few. Science blends with archaeology and drama to create a title which will appeal to general interest readers as much as ocean archaeologists and fellow discoverers.
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