Carl Howe Hansen
Carl Howe Hansen “grew up” during summers in Sandwich, NH, while living in many other places—from Swarthmore and Chadds Ford, PA to Port Clyde and Bethel, ME. He worked as a musician, skier, freelance writer, technician, contractor, and cabinetmaker, but writing was always on his mind. His first novel, Destiny, got off to a rough start. In 1978, while he wandered the bazaar of Tangier, Morocco, a knife-wielding thief stole his bag containing the first manuscript—handwritten before the time of digital copies. Eventually, he settled in New England, returning to Sandwich, NH, to live and work, and to the coast of Maine to sail his boat. Along the way, he managed to find the lost words of Destiny and make them appropriate for today.
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by Carl Howe Hansen
Dr. Peter Petersen’s effort to resolve an environmental threat evolves into a global catastrophe, a rescue, and family reconciliation.
“Don’t start this book if you have anything urgent to do! You won’t be able to put it down…This is a rip-roaring thriller with a heart.”
--Rebecca Pepper Sinkler, former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Book Review
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