My childhood friend, Don
By Cheri on Mar 21, 2012
I love this book and the person who wrote it was a very special part of my early years.. I ask him one time if all of this is true and he calmly said yes. We used to go to church together and I'm sorry he got involved in this lifestyle but the stories are amazing and one of the things I got from his book was he lived life to the fullest. Donnie is missed by his Tulsa friends.
By Ladyl on Sep 24, 2010
This book was written by a very close friend of my father's and he is mentioned in the book....so I may be a little bias. Don gave him a copy and my father lent it to me to read. Of course I know a little more than what is written concerning my father's adventures with Don. Both Don and my father have passed on. Keep the adventures alive!!! This is an enjoyable book for any reader!
A True Modern Day Pirate Story
By Carol S. Blanton on Dec 18, 2006
Considering this book is the only book to be written by Don Linville, it is a masterpiece of truth and reality. Mr. Linville is lured into the illegal drug industry in order to keep his boat, as many a pirate has done before him. It should be made into a movie.
Excellent Book! Never a dull moment!
By Katbird on Jan 08, 2002
This book is about boats and smuggling dope. I know nothing at all about boats of any kind or anything at all about dope or any of the terminology used for dope. The author is very informative about the boats and boating terminology and what all the slang terms for dope means, so you can follow along with everything going on and not get lost in all of the slang used. This is a true story and very entertaining to read. I bought the book for my husband but I got so caught up in the story, I found it hard to put the book down. I just can't say enough good things about this book. I think everyone that buys it will enjoy it immensely.
Best read ever and true
A Customer on May 23, 2002
You will not be able to put this book down.
By Hillbilly on Sep 26, 2013
Don was an old family friend and my dad is also mentioned in this book. The last time I saw Don was in the Cayman Islands around 1981. He was a true badass but also always super nice to me.