DEEP DOWN UNDER by John

DEEP DOWN UNDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Yarns of all kinds of diving, from treasure hunting to building conveyor tubes in the East River, are spun from the author's own experience in another of his informal vocational studies. Rambling chapters that switch easily from story to story tell how an old sea captain friend lost his leg at the onslaught of a shark while pearl diving- how frogman work- about the rise of water sports- of working on the tunnels that brought water for steam driven generators.

Pub Date: Oct. 7th, 1953
Publisher: Lippincott