Normans Cay

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AuthorHouse, Aug 23, 2005 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Paul Boardman takes the reader on a thrilling treasure hunt adventure for sunken gold. With the discovery of a two hundred year old letter, the treasure hunters follow clues in the letter to the private island of Normans Cay, in the Bahamas, but their hunt for treasure hunt is discovered by modern day pirates of the sea ... drug smugglers!

Boardman uses his experience as a yachtsman to full advantage in presenting to the reader the dream of two couples finding treasure while pitted against dangerous smugglers.

Normans Cay is not just another treasure hunt adventure, but a unique story depicting what a couple with a yacht and a dream might face in today’s dangerous seas. This is a novel for all sea travelers.



Normans Cay is a tiny island, in the Bahamas, that was reputed to be the epicenter of the drug trade in the 1980''s. Resulting from pressure by United States, the island was raided by a Bahamian task force in 1982. A result of that raid, a plane wreck, still litters the shallow water off the cay.

Although this novel is set in Normans Cay the characters and dialogues are creations of the author''s imagination and do not portray actual persons or events. 



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