Tips on stalking stripers
New editions of author Frank Daignault's books "Striper Hot Spots" ($18.95 each, 2011, Burford Books) with editions for both the New England and Chesapeake Bay regions, first published in 1993, have been rereleased.
Naval buffs should consider "Shepherds of the Sea," by Robert F. Cross (Naval Institute Press, 2010, $34.95), a non-fiction account of life aboard the destroyer escorts during World War II.
Anglophiles and fans of Patrick O'Brian's Capt. Jack Aubrey novels might consider "Gentleman Captain," by J.D. Davies (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010, $25) as a comforting winter read.
"Beating the Blowfish" (Sheridan House, 2010, $19.95) is an autobiography by Emma Pontin, a young Londoner who rides the subways each day to a career in banking and seeks to quench a thirst for bluewater sailing.
A sailor's heartfelt autobiography
A New England sailor whose passion for sailing came from the father he both loved and hated has penned and self-published a reflective autobiography that chronicles his battles with his dad, his own addiction and the ultimate resolution he found on the water.
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