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The Isles of Scilly in the Great War By Richard Larn

Appeared in DIVER May 2018
IN PASSING
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Dining with Divers: Tales From the Kitchen Table By Simon Pridmore & David Strike

Appeared in DIVER May 2018
DIVERS COOKING IT FOR THEMSELVES
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Waiting For Gordo by Sue Knight

Appeared in DIVER March 2018
Slight but unsettling
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Titanic: A Journey Through Time by John P Eaton & Charles A Haas

Appeared in DIVER March 2018
The never ending story
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Twelve Mile Bank by Nicholas Harvey

Appeared in DIVER March 2018
Shaky start, solid finish
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Aquatical Latin by TM Hayes

Appeared in DIVER February 2018
201 ways to say gnathanodon speciosus
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Galapagos by Josef Litt

Appeared in DIVER February 2018
A world of nature
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The Lost Intruder: The Search for a Missing Navy Jet by Peter M Hunt

Appeared in DIVER February 2018
Against overwhelming odds
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Deep Steal, by Mike Seares

Appeared in DIVER January 2018
A book that knows it’s a film
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Dive Weekends in South West England by Anita Sherwood

Appeared in DIVER December 2017
Something for the weekends
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Cage Dive written & directed by Gerald Rascionato

Appeared in DIVER December 2017
THE MOVIE THAT DIVERS detest above all others, Open Water, a story of folks left by their dive-boat to float around with the sharks, was made on a modest budget of US $120,000 back in 2003. It went on to gross $55 million worldwide.
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In the Company of Seahorses by Steve Trewhella & Julie Hatcher

Appeared in DIVER November 2017
Cryptic World
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Sea of Life (documentary) directed by Julia Barnes

Appeared in DIVER November 2017
In Memoriam
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Chasing Coral

Appeared in DIVER September 2017
One-sided but right-sided

The Darkness Beckons by Martyn Farr Dive Scapa Flow by Rod Macdonald

Appeared in DIVER September 2017
Significant Editions

Shipwrecks of the P&O Line by Sam Warwick &Mike Roussel

Appeared in DIVER September 2017
Taking another line

Buoyancy, bubble-guns and black-out masks

Appeared in DIVER August 2017
LIZ SAVILLE was a classic example of an experienced diver content in her comfort zone. And then she agreed to go to Mexico on a cave-diving course - only to find herself kicked off it...

Cousteau on film

Appeared in DIVER June 2017
Lambert Wilson, who plays Jacques-Yves Cousteau in the upcoming The Odyssey, talks about making this dramatic film about the controversial godfather of scuba-diving

Underwater Photography by Larry Gates

Appeared in DIVER May 2017
Is it US, or is it Larry?

Muck Diving: A Diver’s Guide to the Wonderful World of Critters by Nigel Marsh

Appeared in DIVER May 2017
Muck Diving: A Diver’s Guide to the Wonderful World of Critters by Nigel Marsh

The Crawfish Divers of Cornwall by Geoff Davies

Appeared in DIVER April 2017
That sinking feeling

Shipwrecks of Truk Lagoon by Rod Macdonald

Appeared in DIVER April 2017
Visualisation Aid

Scuba Diving by Dennis K Graver

Appeared in DIVER April 2017
Hallowed by time

Deadly Oceans by Nick & Caroline Robertson-Brown

Appeared in DIVER April 2017
A bigger bite

PADI Dive Centre Pro Photographer Diver, by Dive4photos

Appeared in DIVER March 2017
TRAINING REVIEW
PADI Dive Centre Pro Photographer Diver, by Dive4photos

We Die Like Brothers: The Sinking of the ss Mendi by John Gribble & Graham Scott

Appeared in DIVER March 2017
Colonial presumption lit up by a shipwreck

Freshwater Fishes of Britain by Jack Perks

Appeared in DIVER January 2017
Diver takes a fresh look