Fever Coast Log: At Sea in Central America

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Travel - 224 pages
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A journalist voyages to Central America to view firsthand the exotic, sometimes seamy life along the coast and retraces the route of a long dead relative, Frederick Catherwood, who had taken part in an archeological excavation of Maya ruins

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THE FEVER COAST LOG: At Sea in Central America

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A personal travelogue of Central America, fuzzily in the manner of Graham Greene. Chaplin—a sometime journalist—and a female companion sail down from Mexico along the coasts of Belize, Guatemala ... Read full review

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Chaplin, a journalist, and his female companion sailed the coast of Central America, following the route taken by a relative, Frederick Catherwood, an obscure artist who accompanied 19th-century ... Read full review

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