The outlaw sea: a world of freedom, chaos, and crime

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RB Large Print, 2004 - Inheritance and succession - 294 pages
48 Reviews
More than fory thousand ships ply their trade on the world's oceans and their crews are plagued with "myriad concerns: pollution, overburdened infrastructures, maritime terrorism, grim working conditions and even death"--Jacket.

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Review: The Outlaw Sea: A World of Freedom, Chaos, and Crime

User Review  - Brian Beatty - Goodreads

Interesting topic, but it didn't feel comprehensive. Instead it seems to be a collection of several journalistic stories loosely tied together. I listened to the audiobook version - unabridged - and I ... Read full review

Review: The Outlaw Sea: A World of Freedom, Chaos, and Crime

User Review  - David Quinn - Goodreads

The book was good in spots but it didn't deliver on the title. The book seemed a bit disjointed to me. Read full review

Contents

AN OCEAN WORLD
1
THE WAVE MAKERS
41
TO THE RAMPARTS
102
Copyright

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