The Sea: The Bluebelle's Last Voyage

Lots of people liked Julian Harvey. A handsome, curly-headed, flat-bellied man of 44, he was a familiar figure around the Florida ports where he worked as a captain and sometime seaman on chartered yachts. He was a weight lifter and a physical-fitness cultist, with a stammer that somehow seemed to enhance his charm. Moreover, he was as brave as he was likable. For 16 years Harvey had been in the Air Force. He flew in North Africa, Europe and the South Pacific during World War II. Between wars he won a special...

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