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I'm currently reading "Bootlegger's Cove" by Rob Tillitz and I love the fact that it takes place in Northern California in areas where most of us who have spent some time in the harbors and on the ocean are familiar with.
Does anyone else have a recommendation for a book that takes place in our local waters?
The Devils Teeth was a great book.
I've already read it and I'd recommend it highly not just because of the shark research but also because of the little known part of history that the islands played in the gold rush period. It's been a few years and I'll probably pick this one up again soon.