Bahama Pipeline

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Bahama Pipeline, Jan 27, 2011 - Fiction - 126 pages
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Charter captain Danny Coben and his mate, Birgit, a young lady from Holland, succumb to the lure of easy money, deciding to use their yacht to smuggle marijuana, cocaine, and Ecstasy from the Bahamas into South Florida in the early seventies. They soon discover that trusting in their friends will take them on a perilous journey which will lead them from Miami to New York, Toronto, and Amsterdam, before ending with a surprising twist in the old port city of Palma de Mallorca in Spain.

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Green Turtle Cay the Abacos
Miami Florida
All over Miami and up the Intercoastal
79th Street Boat Basin Upper West Side
Miami Florida
Amsterdam the Netherlands

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The author of Bahama Pipeline is a lifelong sailor whose formative years were spent exploring the waters of Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts and cruising the New England coast from Maine to Manhattan. His voyages have taken him from off shore trips to Bermuda, to a stint as a charter captain based in the Virgin Islands and the Eastern Caribbean. He now is a resident of San Antonio, Texas and travels to scuba dive in Cozumel, Mexico as often as work and finances permit. Look for the Smashwords Edition of his novel, Serenity, in late summer of 2011. This novel is dedicated to the memory of his mom, Phyllis Howland Gowing, who passed away at age ninety-four on September 14th, 2010.

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