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by Robert F. Burgess,Vic Donahue
A Time for Tigers book. Robert Burgess, Vic Donahue (Illustrator).
A Time for Tigers book. Author Bio: Robert F. Burgess has spent most of his life writing about adventures above or below the sea. His books about shipwrecks, sharks, treasure diving, and underwater archeology are acclaimed for the author's ability to put the reader in the middle of the action. An ardent sailor and scuba diver, he and his wife live in northern Florida.
Robert Forrest Burgess (born November 30, 1927) is an American author of non-fiction adventure books, as well as sport fishing and scuba diving magazine articles. His photographs illustrate his material. He built his first diving gear out of a World War II gas mask, 50 feet of air hose, and an air compressor to explore a Michigan shipwreck in 1944.
by Robert F. Burgess, Vic Donahue. ISBN 9780595093786 (978-0-595-09378-6) Softcover, iUniverse, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Ships Beneath the Sea: A History of Subs and Submersibles'. Coauthors & Alternates. Robert Forrest Burgess.
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Mr. Burgess has been called a Renaissance man because his books cover a wide spectrum of time and events.
At the end of World War II he served with the U. S. Army 88th Blue Devil Division Ski Troops in northern Italy. Mr. He writes real-life adventures about shipwrecks and sharks; treasure diving, cave diving; underwater archaeology, meeting Hemingway in Pamplona and short e-book stories about Marine snipers during the Vietnam War.
Robert Forrest Burgess is an American author of non-fiction adventure books, as well as sport fishing and scuba diving magazine articles. The Mystery of Mound Key - 1966. A Time For Tigers - 1968. Where Condors Fly - 1968. The International Diners Phrase Book - 1965. Sinkings, Salvages And Shipwrecks - 1970.
A complete catalogue record for this book can be obtained . from the British Library on request. For Orwell, writing at a time of crisis, 'when twenty million Englishmen are underfed and Fascism has conquered half of Europe,' declaring himself to be a socialist appeared to be the only possible course of action. 1 But his experience of being persecuted by Soviet-backed forces while fighting for another Marxist militia in the Spanish Civil War gave him cause to reconsider.
Robert Forrest Burgess is an American author of non-fiction adventure books, as. .The Mystery of Mound Key" - 1966 "A Time For Tigers" - 1968 "Where Condors Fly" - 1968. Over the years Burgess has written and published over twenty books on such subjects as sharks, shipwrecks, underwater archaeology, treasure diving, cave diving, travel, and Ernest Hemingway (whom he met in Pamplona during that author's last Pamplona fiesta).
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: The World Publishing Company (June 1, 1968)
Pages: 189 pages