Just in time for summer, The Clear Blue Line by Al Sprague is now out in paperback and ebook.
Join Jack Savage and his diving buddies for a wild ride through the Pearl Islands
For Jack Savage, finding the clear blue line means hitting that perfect spot in the ocean where everything comes together. The visibility is good, the diving is easy, and the fish are plentiful. And if there’s a hint of buried treasure? Even better. But whenever Jack and his friends go out in a boat, all they find is trouble.
Fearless, reckless, always up for a challenge, Jack’s single-minded pursuit of perfection drifts off course when he finds himself torn between two strong, beautiful women and discovers the most dangerous sharks aren’t always in the ocean.
In this fast-moving adventure story, Al Sprague artfully captures a Panama of the 1970s. A time when drug lords prowled on land, and pirates cruised the surface of a black sea at night, looking for prey.
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About the Author
Al Sprague, born and raised in the Republic of Panama, is one of Panama’s most recognized artists. Many of his paintings of Panamanian fishermen and native dancers hang in banks and museums throughout Panama and have been purchased as gifts of state for the presidents of Spain, Venezuela, Mexico, Brazil, and the United States. Al Sprague’s paintings are included in the Presidential Libraries of Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.
A consummate storyteller, Al took up fiction writing in his 70s. He is co-author of The Mahogany Tree (El árbol de caoba) and author of Windswept (Vendaval). This is his first adult novel.
You can see and purchase Al’s art on his website
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