by Neal Petersen, William P. Baldwin and Patty Fulcher
Hardcover, 201 pages, Univ of South Carolina Pr, List Price: $24.95 |
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January 13, 2005 Growing up in a racially segregated neighborhood in Cape Town, South Africa, Neal Petersen overcame both physical disability and apartheid to become the first man of African heritage to race solo around the globe in a sailboat. He shares his incredible story with NPR's Tony Cox — a story detailed in his autobiography Journey of a Hope Merchant.
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