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Sundeck Reading

By Elizabeth A. Ginns — June 2003

   


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Skip Robinson, vice president and general manager of Palmer Johnson Savannah, has made his publishing debut with the release of his novel entitled A Da Vinci to Die For.

The book follows a yacht broker who fears he's about to be fired for not making a sale in six months. An inside tip about a California millionaire looking for a megayacht sends him into the depths of what the book describes as "the shark-infested waters of the megayacht world, where everyone has his or her own agenda."

The novel is a light summer read that's enjoyable whether or not you're already familiar with the happenings in the megayacht world. It's available for $15.95 through Disc-Us Books and other bookstores.

Disc-Us Books Phone: (505) 474-9139. www.disc-us.com.

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This article originally appeared in the May 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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