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Garrison, Paul

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Paul Garrison, author of the critically acclaimed thriller Fire and Ice, works with boats, tugs, and ships. Like his grandfather who wandered the South Seas in the last of the square-rigged copra-trading vessels, he travels where business takes him, and spends as much time as he can at sea. He is fascinated by the Far Pacific's violent past and volatile future, and the region's warrior men and women.

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Paul Jones - 04:48pm Jun 18, 2000 PST(#1 of 7)

Have just discovered Mr. Garrison and have enjoyed the book Fire and Ice.

Is there any way I can get a message to Mr. Garrison? I would like to have my two copies signed and would like to request an address to mail the books to. Will pay postage both ways.



Dan Quibell - 02:12pm Aug 1, 2000 PST(#2 of 7)

I have seen a book on the net entitled "ICEFIELD" by Paul Garrison. Everytime I see it, it is not published, yet the messages say it was out January 2000. Is this a forth coming book? I was overwhelmed by Fire & Ice and Red Sky. I would be thrilled to find out Mr. Garrison has another book out like these two. Can anyone help???

Al Denis - 12:03pm Feb 26, 2001 PST(#3 of 7)

To Paul, in Red Sky At Morning you keep referring to the antisubmarine squadrons in Brunswick, ME and you refer the aircraft as A6's. A6's are a carrier based jet bombers know as the Intruder. The antisubmarine aircraft that are at Brunswick are P3's. They are a long range turbo prop aircraft cable of staying in the air of long periods of time without refueling. Otherwise the book is great.

Dave Bowen - 10:08am Mar 6, 2001 PST(#4 of 7)

I've read both "Red Sky at Morning" and "Fire and Ice". Both were great books! I look forward to seeing more.

In the book "Fire and Ice", after the final chapter, there is a sneak preview of a future book called "The China Armada". Was this name changed to "Red Sky at Morning"? The chapter seems to be taken from that book. Thanks, Dave

Michelle K - 03:02pm Nov 27, 2001 PST(#5 of 7)

Paul When you get this please email me so i can see if it's working...i have a question about some more things :) Thanks, Michelle-reception.

donna baier - 06:00am Sep 9, 2002 PST(#6 of 7)

One of the things I like about Mr. Garrison's books is that he is a good enough writer he doesn't have to carry characters over to each book. I feel those are lazy writer's and it takes suspense out of a story because you know how these characters will react, that are carried over book to book. Mr. Garrison's stories are so impressive he doesn't need that crutch.

Donna Baier

Patrick C - 11:16am Mar 29, 2005 PST(#7 of 7)

The Ripple Effect was a great disappointment. I expected a book with a half-decent plot. The storyline could have been told in 20 pages.

Instead, I was mistreated to an egotist's attempt to show his all-encompassing knowledge of sailing.

In addition, one of his main heroic characters, Morgan Page, was a contemptible brat, snd snotty egotist, such as I suspect is the case with Paul Garrison.

I only finished the book because I had money invested in it.Instead of trading it in for a used replacement, I will destroy it so someone else is not cheated.

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