Jerry Lockett

JERRY LOCKETT is an independent historian and editor. A two-time Atlantic Journalism Awards finalist, his work has appeared in New Scientist, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Geographical Magazine, Equinox, Cruising World, and Blue Water Sailing, among others. His first book, Captain James Cook in Atlantic Canada, won the Dartmouth Book Award in 2011 and was a finalist for the Margaret and John Savage First Book Award. An experienced sailor and yachtmaster, he spent five years as a charter yacht captain in the Caribbean and now lives and sails in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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  • The Discovery of Weather

    How we learned to forecast weather--and the extraordinary story of the prediction that came true for one of the century's worst storms on the East Coast
    $29.95, Hardcover
  • Captain James Cook in Atlantic Canada

    A fascinating account of the famous Captain James Cook and the formative years he spent learning navigation, map-making and naval command during turbulent years in Atlantic Canada
    $29.95, Hardcover
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