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Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay
Norman's Cay

Norman's Cay -

$75.00

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9781614288435

9781614288435

28224226295892

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Description
Norman’s Cay, the small Bahamian island in the Exumas chain 210 miles off of the Florida coast, has a history as colorful as the surrounding sea at sundown. Norman’s Cay and the surrounding island has played host to swashbuckling pirates, British loyalists fleeing American at the end of the Revolution, enterprising rumrunners, famous writers like Ernest Hemmingway, and, of course, drug smugglers. Most famously, it was the private domain of Carlos Lehder, one of Colombia’s most notorious drug kingpins, who used it as his base of operations. However, it is these same groups that have secured the Exumas as a largely undeveloped chain of islands, and it is said that the water surrounding the Norman’s Cay is still some of the clearest on Earth.

This book takes readers on a voyage through the shimmering history of Norman’s Cay, those that have called it home or sought refuge there, and the new chapter the island is ready to write. A paradise in its own right, the Cay is ready to host a new beginning, to make new memories.
Details
  • 120 pages
  • over 80 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in
  • W 9.5 x L 12 x D 0.8 in
  • Hardcover with jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614288435
  • 2.8 lb
About the Author
Armand Limnander is the executive editor of W magazine. Prior to that he was the features director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine; the editor of V Man magazine; and a senior writer at Vogue and Style.com. Limnander grew up in Bogotá, Colombia, and moved to the United States to attend the University of California at Berkeley. He has published the Assouline books Brazilian Style (2011), and Giancarlo Giammetti Private (2013).

Norman's Cay - $75.00

ASSOULINE

9781614288435

9781614288435

28224226295892

Description
Norman’s Cay, the small Bahamian island in the Exumas chain 210 miles off of the Florida coast, has a history as colorful as the surrounding sea at sundown. Norman’s Cay and the surrounding island has played host to swashbuckling pirates, British loyalists fleeing American at the end of the Revolution, enterprising rumrunners, famous writers like Ernest Hemmingway, and, of course, drug smugglers. Most famously, it was the private domain of Carlos Lehder, one of Colombia’s most notorious drug kingpins, who used it as his base of operations. However, it is these same groups that have secured the Exumas as a largely undeveloped chain of islands, and it is said that the water surrounding the Norman’s Cay is still some of the clearest on Earth.

This book takes readers on a voyage through the shimmering history of Norman’s Cay, those that have called it home or sought refuge there, and the new chapter the island is ready to write. A paradise in its own right, the Cay is ready to host a new beginning, to make new memories.
Details
  • 120 pages
  • over 80 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in
  • W 9.5 x L 12 x D 0.8 in
  • Hardcover with jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614288435
  • 2.8 lb
About the Author
Armand Limnander is the executive editor of W magazine. Prior to that he was the features director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine; the editor of V Man magazine; and a senior writer at Vogue and Style.com. Limnander grew up in Bogotá, Colombia, and moved to the United States to attend the University of California at Berkeley. He has published the Assouline books Brazilian Style (2011), and Giancarlo Giammetti Private (2013).

Description

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About the Author

Norman’s Cay, the small Bahamian island in the Exumas chain 210 miles off of the Florida coast, has a history as colorful as the surrounding sea at sundown. Norman’s Cay and the surrounding island has played host to swashbuckling pirates, British loyalists fleeing American at the end of the Revolution, enterprising rumrunners, famous writers like Ernest Hemmingway, and, of course, drug smugglers. Most famously, it was the private domain of Carlos Lehder, one of Colombia’s most notorious drug kingpins, who used it as his base of operations. However, it is these same groups that have secured the Exumas as a largely undeveloped chain of islands, and it is said that the water surrounding the Norman’s Cay is still some of the clearest on Earth.

This book takes readers on a voyage through the shimmering history of Norman’s Cay, those that have called it home or sought refuge there, and the new chapter the island is ready to write. A paradise in its own right, the Cay is ready to host a new beginning, to make new memories.
  • 120 pages
  • over 80 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in
  • W 9.5 x L 12 x D 0.8 in
  • Hardcover with jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614288435
  • 2.8 lb
Armand Limnander is the executive editor of W magazine. Prior to that he was the features director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine; the editor of V Man magazine; and a senior writer at Vogue and Style.com. Limnander grew up in Bogotá, Colombia, and moved to the United States to attend the University of California at Berkeley. He has published the Assouline books Brazilian Style (2011), and Giancarlo Giammetti Private (2013).

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