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From the PublisherSusan Salter Reynolds Los Angeles Times Book Review A gripping account...Lost At Sea is a better book than Sebastian Junger's The Perfect Storm, even more thrilling, more mysterious.
Rinker Buck USA Today Dillon meticulously recreates the events leading up to the 1983 capsizing of the Americus and Altair...[and] artfully chronicles the lives of the lost fishermen and their families.
Sudip Bose The Washington Post Book World A meticulously detailed narrative, pieced together with the deft touch of a suspense writer — a fine accomplishment.
Tom Walker The Denver Post Patrick Dillon's deftly written Lost at Sea is more than just another man-vs.-the-sea story. It's an engrossing, evenhanded look at how greed, negligence, naivete and downright stupidity can lead to tragedy when man and nature collide.