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A Death in Belmont (P.S.)

By: Sebastian Junger

Price: $5.95

Publisher: Harper Perennial: April 2007

Seller ID: 67447

ISBN: 0060742690

Condition: Used - Very Good


In the spring of 1963, the quiet suburb of Belmont, Massachusetts, is rocked by a shocking murder that fits the pattern of the infamous Boston Strangler, still at large. Hoping for a break in the case, the police arrest Roy Smith, a black ex-con whom the victim hired to clean her house. Smith is hastily convicted of the murder, but the Strangler's terror continues. And through it all, one man escapes the scrutiny of the police: a carpenter working at the time at the B... View more info

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The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea

By: Sebastian Junger

Price: $4.95

Publisher: Harper Perennial: October 1999

Seller ID: 67450

ISBN: 0060977477

Condition: Used - Very Good


October 1991. It was "the perfect storm"--a tempest that may happen only once in a century--a nor'easter created by so rare a combination of factors that it could not possibly have been worse. Creating waves ten stories high and winds of 120 miles an hour, the storm whipped the sea to inconceivable levels few people on Earth have ever witnessed. Few, except the six-man crew of the "Andrea Gail," a commercial fishing boat tragically headed towards its hellish center. View more info

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The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea

By: Sebastian Junger

Price: $3.95

Publisher: W.W. Norton: 1997

Seller ID: 15443

ISBN: 039304016X

Condition: Used - Very Good


In October 1991, three weather systems collided off the coast of Nova Scotia to create a storm of singular fury, boasting waves over one hundred feet high. Among its victims was the Gloucester, Massachusetts-based swordfishing boat the Andrea Gail, which vanished with all six crew members aboard. "Drifting down on swimmers is standard rescue procedure, but the seas are so violent that Buschor keeps getting flung out of reach. There are times when he's thirty feet higher ... View more info