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ePub The Raft download
Author:
Edward Russell
ISBN13:
978-1589396999
ISBN:
1589396995
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Virtualbookworm.com Publishing (June 20, 2005)
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Edward Russell is the pen name of the author. Born and raised in suburban Baltimore, he earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Baltimore, where he also attended law school. Most of his long government career, he worked in Washington, . for the US Treasury Department.

Edward Russell is the pen name of the author. Upon his retirement, he and his wife moved across the Chesapeake Bay to the serenity of Maryland's beautiful eastern shore.

Russell is also remembered as one of three co-founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

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Charles Edward Russell's time on the river occurred decades after the four short years when Mark Twain . The other is "A-Rafting on the Mississip.

Charles Edward Russell's time on the river occurred decades after the four short years when Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) was in the pilothouse. Like Twain (and like George B. Merrick, too), Russell began working for a newspaper in a river town, later went on the river as a steamboatman, and finally settled on a career as a writer.

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Charles Edward Russell, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, chronicles the history and river lore of seventy years of lumber rafting. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

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Edward married Emma Raft circa 1873, at age 21. They had one child: Ernest Raft. Edward lived in 1900, at address, New York. Edward M Raft, born 1896. Edward M Raft was born on month day 1896. Edward lived on month day 1901, at address. Public Records Index.

Chuck Warfield, son of a Pennsylvania coal miner, is haunted by two traumas: his fateful WWII bombing mission over Ploesti and the sudden death of his wife soon after their post-war marriage. Struggling to overcome his lingering depression, he moves to Florida to find a new life and meets Scotty Malcolm, the ebullient captain of a luxurious yacht, the Regalia. When Scotty invites Chuck to join him on his next trip as first mate, Chuck accepts and unwittingly becomes involved in smuggling a huge, mystery-shrouded diamond to the Cayman Islands. His trip is further complicated by Nicole, the beautiful and disgustingly spoiled daughter of the captain. The aura of secrecy surrounding the gemstone swiftly mounts, heightening Chuck's curiosity about its origin and identity. When strange incidents begin to occur on the Regalia, he grows fearful for the safety of those on board, and soon finds himself in the middle of high drama at sea. His journey is one you won't soon forget. Edward Russell is the pen name of the author. Born and raised in suburban Baltimore, he earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Baltimore, where he also attended law school. Most of his long government career, he worked in Washington, D.C. for the US Treasury Department. Upon his retirement, he and his wife moved across the Chesapeake Bay to the serenity of Maryland's beautiful eastern shore. Widowed in 1999, he now lives there with his spunky Scottish terrier, Gus. Years of drafting and editing highly technical administrative rulings, plus a Pisces mentality, made him yearn for the creative freedom of writing fiction. "The Raft" is his first novel.