Savannah, GA (PRWEB) September 02, 2012
The first two volumes of author Anthony B. Lawyer’s book series have inspired readers with its insightful and revealing outline. In his third volume, Savannah Guide to Lashing: For All Deep Sea Vessels, Vol. III, which is now available since June 2011, he will take readers on another beneficial literary trip as he presents a comprehensive handbook filled with safety guidelines and valuable tips for the longshoremen and those who work in the seaport.
This book is inspired by Lawyer’s rich legacy coming from a family of longshoremen. It is designed to provide insights and tips to longshoremen and those who work in the seaport as he offers detailed guidelines and pointers that promote workplace safety for those working on the shipside, on lashing, and on operating cranes. As well, it features a long list of shipping companies as well as detailed descriptions of each of their ships, complete with precise instructions on how to operate properly with them.
Detailed, informative, and skillfully written, Savannah Guide to Lashing: For All Deep Sea Vessels, Vol. III is one engaging read everyone will surely enjoy. Readers will surely find this book practical and very useful.
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About the Author
Anthony B. Lawyer and his wife Patricia have two children, Anthony Jr. and Tanaisha. Lawyer and his family lives in Savannah, Ga. Lawyer is a generation Longshoremen. His father and brothers also works as Longshoremen. The Seaport is swiftly becoming the number one port in the South East. After working hundredths of ships in 23 years as longshoremen, Lawyer said to himself there’s got to be a better way of getting the lashing started on time. That’s what inspired him to write this book on Savannah Guide To Lashing.
Savannah Guide to Lashing * by Anthony B. Lawyer
For All Deep Sea Vessels, Vol. III
Publication Date: June 8, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 71 pages; 978-1-4628-6230-6
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 71 pages; 978-1-4628-6231-3
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-6232-0
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