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An ex-drug boat leads to South Pacific adventures featuring a wine-lover in the Bay of Cannibals and black pearls in Ahe, and ending with a devastating cyclone and dramatic helicopter rescue.
Maggi Ansell, is published in "Reader's Digest" in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and in "Sail Magazine," USA, "Yachting World," UK, and "Cruising Helmsman," Australia. She has written for the heavy-weather sailing 'bible' -- K Adlard Cole's "Heavy Weather Sailing" by Peter Bruce, 5th edition, UK; and for the "Drag Device Data Base," Para-Anchors International, USA. Travelling with Robin, her engineer husband, she has lived and worked in the UK, Canada, Libya, Cayman Islands, Philippines and Australia. She gained a B.Sc. degree with High Distinction when she was 42, from the University of Toronto, majoring in Psychology. Maggi has been a barmaid in South Wales, UK; a teacher in Bristol, England; a scuba diving instructor in Libya, North Africa; a writer and editor in Manila, Philippines and worked for a publishing company in the Cayman Islands. She holds a private pilot's licence, and has sold organic foods at her local Farmers' Market for the past seven years. Married for 39 years, Maggi and Robin live on Vancouver Island, BC, on a tiny organic farm tucked under the Beaufort Mountains with their dogs, cat and other farm animals. Maggi's maxims are: "If an opportunity arises, take it. Don't spend your life regretting the things you never attempted. If you fall on your feet - good; if you fall on your face, don't stay there!" You can contact the author at her website www.maggi-ansell.com or email email@example.com. Please put "Book" in the subject line.