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The Rising Tide

Weaver, Melvin E.

Published by Charmel Press, BOYNTON BEACH, FL., 1985
ISBN 10: 0961415207 / ISBN 13: 9780961415204
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Title: The Rising Tide

Publisher: Charmel Press, BOYNTON BEACH, FL.

Publication Date: 1985

Binding: MASS MARKET PAPERBACK.

Book Condition: Good

Dust Jacket Condition: NO JACKET AS PUBLISHED

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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Signed by Author 0961415207 RARE HARD TO FIND SIGNED EDITION. COVER HAS CREASING WITH LIGHT EDGE AND SHELF WEAR. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON THE TITLE PAGE. 241 PAGE TEXT HAS VERY LIGHT WEAR. ACTION/ADVENTURE. Bookseller Inventory # Z0961415207Z7

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Synopsis: The story is essentially Rod Sterlings and is told mainly from his point of view. It sees him caught up in a web of historical events that first occurs during World War II, when he is a lad of thirteen, and continues as he becomes involved in Fidel Castros struggle for power in Cuba. The story is also of Conchita Quesada, the headstrong, young and winsome black-eyed Latin beauty. She sets a fire in Rods blood that would not be quenched. Their life together is filled with violence, danger, romance, adventure, mystery, and political intrigue. The book is appealing, in part, because it reads like the current events of the era in which the novel takes place. Rising Tide will leave the reader acutely aware of the menace that communism presented in the Caribbean Basin and Central America.

About the Author: Melvin Weaver was born in Boynton Beach, Florida, the fourth son of a pioneer southeast Florida family. He was educated in the local public school system and attended the University of Florida where he received a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree. Upon completion of his studies, he entered the dairy farming business and, eventually, along with his brothers and sister, operated farms in Palm Beach County, Florida and Nassau, Bahamas.In 1970, the Weaver Development Corporation purchased Cypress Creek Country Club, a golf course/subdivision located in Palm Beach County and Melvin Weaver was appointed to the office of President of the Corporation and General Manager of the golf course. He remained at those duties until he retired in 1998.Mr. Weaver is married and the father of four children, three daughters and a son. He is also the grandfather of seven, five boys and two girls.

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