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The Net

Andrea Rogers

Fiction, Thriller

Women don’t belong on fishing boats. Especially not city girls. But the crew of the Scottish trawler don’t know the danger into which they’re heading.


And despite their derision and the tests they put her through, before the end of the voyage, they will have cause to be glad that she insisted in accompanying them. For Claire Robinson has some experience of lawlessness, and she doesn’t scare easily. The voyage is supposed to be a routine delivery ...