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|Author: Bobby Magic
Genre: Autobiographical, Action, Natural Disaster
|The true story of one man’s survival against a cataclysmic natural disaster
In 1974 Robert Hedditch, Fremantle fisherman and author of the book, was a witness to the scene from his own wheelhouse trying to keep himself and his crew alive.
“I did battle with the strongest winds ever recorded on the planet earth, and lived to tell the tale,” Mr Hedditch said.
The book does not just tell a story about a fisherman, but also about Bobby Magic, famous for being the youngest skipper who caught the most prawns in one season.
He is a rebel, a fisherman, a trawler man and now he is ready to tell it how it really is. The book is for everyone who seeks a thrilling and entertaining read.
“If you eat fish and chips you should read my book to get an insight as to where your fish comes from and how hard it was getting it on to your plate.”
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