The Pearl Seekers, by Norman Bartlett




The Pearl Seekers
Norman Bartlett

Founded on fact and authentic research, this book sets out the whole drama of the pearling trade. Packed with action and incident, it is full of cut throats, ne’er-do-wells, rogues and murderers. It is a story of men pitting their cunning against each other and their strength against the sea and its perils.

Hardback with dust jacket. Dust jacket rubbed at the corners with (repaired) tears at top front edge. Reg Vallintine bookplate on the inside front cover.  Bibliography (last 2 pages) and inside back endpaper annotated in pencil by previous owner.

309 pages
Black and white photographs
143 mm x 217 mm (5.75 in x 8.5 in)
1954, Andrew Melrose, London