After the pirates held him at gunpoint and after a shipwreck, Ross Hartog went back to the desert to study law.

It was there in Arizona, oddly enough, that his parents had learned to sail. But there had been no inkling then or at sea that Hartog would wind up as a name partner practicing bankruptcy law at a respected South Florida firm. Or even, for that matter, in the law.

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