An Interesting, Unusual Voyage Awaits Readers in 'Cold Waters'

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Raymond Malley recounts ship adventures in Arctic, Antarctica, North Atlantic regions

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People interested in the northern and southern parts of the earth will be fascinated with Raymond Malley’s “Cold Waters” (published by Xlibris). In a crisp, frank and telling tone, Malley reminisces his interesting and unusual adventures to the Arctic, Antarctica and North Atlantic regions.

“Cold Waters” follows Malley’s voyage to the “cold ends of the earth” aboard various cruise vessels and container ships. In this autobiography, readers get a glimpse of the author’s adventures in the cold and icy waters including the several arctic animals and the people they encountered.

Through the travel notes and reflections within the pages, Malley hopes to instill knowledge of the vastness and importance of the environment among the readers.

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“Cold Waters”
By Raymond Malley
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 222 pages | ISBN 9781543466522
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 222 pages | ISBN 9781543466539
E-Book | 222 pages | ISBN 9781543466515
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Raymond Malley served the U.S. Foreign Service in Asian and African countries and in Washington D.C. for 30 years. He was also an Air Force officer in the Ready Reserve during the Korean and Cold Wars. Subsequently, he held executive positions with a global Korean industrial manufacturing group. He graduated with honors from U.S. and European universities, including the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He holds various awards and is listed in Who’s Who. He and his wife Josette, retired from the World Bank, live in Hanover, New Hampshire, and McLean, Virginia. They write, lecture and teach part-time. He is also a ranked international senior tennis player. Malley has previously published two other books entitled “My Global Life: A Conversation With Raymond Malley” and “My Life and Thoughts: The Formative Years.”

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