1971, Publisher: Harper & Row, 253 pages
HARDCOVER. Mylar has protected the dust jacket, cover and binding. Library discard, therefore normal library markings. No writing, no folded pages, this book has been read but in nice condition.
"Within hours of the cruise ship's sailing, the crew of The Seven Seas had the passengers sorted out. They were old hands at that, and round-the world voyages of luxury liners attract familiar types: the rich and idle widows, the honeymooners, the prosperous middle-aged couples, the single men on the make. Still, there were some uncommon sorts on this sailing, not quite so easy to pigeonhole.
Dramatic and fast-moving, wise in the ways of human need and purpose, Life Boat Number Two is perhaps the finest of Margaret Culkin Banning's many novels."
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