Author Frazer Dougherty’s new book “Soundings in Fathoms” is a fascinating memoir capturing the essence of a long and eventful life for his descendants

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Recent release “Soundings in Fathoms” from Page Publishing author Frazer Dougherty is a compelling autobiography recalling his years as a military pilot flying B25 bombers in Papua New Guinea in the Second World War, three marriages, an extended odyssey aboard a beautiful sailboat, and a host of complex family dynamics.

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Frazer Dougherty, an aviator, industrial designer, World War II veteran, and industrial designer now in his ninety-eighth year, has published his new book “Soundings in Fathoms”: a candid reflection on a well-lived life.

The author shares, “‘Soundings in Fathoms’ is in essence a memory and a dedication to my current thirteen great-grandchildren, with the thought that this maneuver might better keep the families together—that thought and the series of surprises throughout, leaving mysteries unanswered and each to wonders. Chapter 8, for instance, ‘XAPA, 1969–Forever (My Netsuke)’ now given away by me, shame! And chapter 15, ‘Full Circle’, and as the days go by, more full circles every day.”

Published by Page Publishing, Frazer Dougherty’s engrossing book is the poignant and entertaining autobiography of a complex and accomplished man.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Soundings in Fathoms” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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