Female Buccaneer Locates Sunken Treasure and Secret about Reality

"I've battled hurricanes, sea snakes, bureaucrats, witches and pirates. I've been arrested, betrayed and shot at by my own captain. But when you're looking for treasure, you never give up!" states Margaret emphatically. "I started out searching for sunken treasure and ended up finding something more valuable than all the gold at the bottom of the sea."

Margaret Brandeis was never told that girls can't do it. She's been a machinist, a horse stable owner, a Real Estate Broker, a General Manager, a provisional SCUBA Instructor, a Foundation Committee Chairperson and the owner of a marine salvage company. With degrees in Computer Programming and Business Administration, at the age of 27, she formed an LLP to search for sunken treasures and served as its sole General Partner and Expedition Leader.

In her outrageous autobiographical novel, "WOMEN CAN FIND SHIPWRECKS TOO", Margaret reveals what a modern-day treasure hunt is really like...with a woman at the helm. They recover emeralds and swords and silver pieces-of-eight but what makes the book astonishing is how this crazy adventure evolves into an introspective journey, allowing the reader to discover the secret connection between our thoughts and physical reality. It's a revelation! A humdinger of a story!

Margaret L. Brandeis P.O. Box 446 Sagle, ID 83860 Phone: 541-226-7006
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