In Search of Adventure and Moments of Bliss...

Trilogy Coffee Table Books about Sailing by Lois Joy Hofmann

Award Winning Trilogy
In Search of Adventure and Moments of Bliss Trilogy
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The Long Way BackThe Long Way Back
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“This is also the most  romantic volume of the trilogy…” __Kirkus Reviews




 

 

Sailing the South Pacific

Sailing the South Pacific
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“A handsome memoir that should interest would-be sailors…”__Kirkus Reviews




Maiden Voyage

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“A companionable…tale of adventure.” __Kirkus Reviews

 

 

Maiden Voyage and Sailing the South PacificBook Sale
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