Linda Greenlaw is returning to Camden to speak and sign copies of her latest work of non-fiction, “Seaworthy,” Friday, July 23 at the Owl & Turtle Bookshop from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

The bestselling author’s sequel to “The Hungry Ocean,” “Seaworthy” is a fast-paced account of her return to swordfishing. Greenlaw had not been bluewater fishing for 10 years, not since the events chronicled in the bestselling titles “The Perfect Storm” by Sebastian Junger and “The Hungry Ocean.” When her lobster traps are not paying off, her truck is on its last gasp, and the bills are piling up, she decides to take a friend up on his offer and captain a boat for a season of swordfishing. A decade older, and with family responsibilities, she is a different person heading out to sea, but any reluctance is quickly tempered by the magnetic lure of adventure.

Isle au Haut’s Greenlaw is author of three New York Times bestselling books and is featured in the hit Discovery Channel series “Swords: Life on the Line.” The second season of “Swords” will premiere in August. This will be here fifth signing at the Owl & Turtle, located in the Knox Mill, 32 Washington St.

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