Anchorage, Ak (Vocus) May 18, 2010
Having experienced one of the most dangerous and memorable jobs on Earth, author Erick Connell is compelled to share his story. Today, readers will share the excitement as he relives his memories as a medic aboard fishing vessels sailing the Bering Sea one of the most treacherous seas on Earth in Beyond the Northern Horizon, an Xlibris release.
Beyond The Northern Horizon is the story of his amazing five year adventure and grueling experiences treating and working along side the crews who work the world's most hazardous professions on the most dangerous seas on Earth. With each recollection, Connell lets readers go with him on the adventures of his life.
Beyond The Northern Horizon is the story of his amazing five-year adventure and grueling experiences treating the crews who work the world’s most hazardous professions on the most dangerous seas on Earth. With each recollection, Connell lets readers go with the tide of his life.
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About the Author
Now fifty-four, author Erick Connell was born in Arizona and served in the Coast Guard aboard an icebreaker in the 70’s. In 1989, Connell graduated from firefighter/E.M.T. school in California and worked as an E.M.T. III in Seattle for two years before returning to sea as a ship’s medic. He has lived in Alaska for over twenty-five years. He has an Associate’s Degree in culinary arts from the University of Alaska is currently earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management in Anchorage. He has worked as a medic in the Bering Sea, on oil rigs in the Alaskan Arctic and on board commercial diving vessel in Prince William Sound, and in the construction trades all over Alaska.
Beyond The Northern Horizon* by Erick Connell
Publication Date: May 13, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 221 pages; 978-1-4500-5706-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 221 pages; 978-1-4500-5707-3
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