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From Lands Over

Cathell, Dale

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ISBN 10: 1410705323 / ISBN 13: 9781410705327
Published by Authorhouse, Bloomington, IN, 2003
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xiv, 453, [1] p. The author grew up near Ocean City, Maryland, worked on the beaches and on fishing boats, eventually became a lawyer and then a judge (trial court and appellate), and became a novelist. Fair in good dust jacket. Signed by author. Hinges weak, binding a bit sprung. dust jacket has light rubbing and shelfwear; this book does not have a front free endpaper or title page-it does not appear that either was removed-they may have been. Bookseller Inventory # 64656

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Title: From Lands Over

Publisher: Authorhouse, Bloomington, IN

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: Presumed first edition/first printing.

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From the great hurricane of 1909 on Assateague Island, to the death of Justice Oden a century later on the island of Bimini, the Oden family copes with survival and death in the sea, and rape, murder and death ashore.

About the Author:

The author grew up in the vicinity of the barrier island town of Ocean City, Maryland, and as a young boy, and then a man, was told by the old timers, the stories of the early evolution of that town, and the evolution of the fishing industry from its very beginnings. As a young man he worked on the beaches of Ocean City as a beach boy, in its bars as a bartender, and worked as a guide on big game fishing boats off Ocean City, Cape Hatteras, Florida and the Bahamas.He spent two and a half years in Morocco, where he developed a love for the country as it existed in the mid-1950s. Upon his return to this country, he eventually became a lawyer and practiced in his home town. Later he spent nine and a half years as a trial court judge, and most recently has spent over thirteen years as an appellate court judge.He has used all of his experience to stimulate his imagination to create a work of fiction - a novel that might have happened, sometime, somewhere.He is married to the love of his life, has three grown children, and two grandchildren.

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