Marvin describes in detail his adolescent years spent in an isolated wilderness area of Idaho. He also opines his firsthand experience of the cause and location of the Sunshine Silver Mine fire which has never been revealed. Marvin worked in the immediate area where the fire started. This book also gives a vivid description of Marvin’s 20 plus years involvement working with various Navy Seal team members. He describes his diving experiences with his Seal friends and the work they provided for the U.S. government in addition to other foreign military entities.
According to Larson, one of the reasons he wanted to write his memoirs was because when he compares his life today to those around him, he sees no resemblance to that of some of his younger neighbors. Marvin grew up in an isolated, wilderness area of Idaho where everyone knew each other, and they were somewhat sheltered from any outside influences. The author wanted to write these memoirs about how life was during his younger years so that the next generations could get a glimpse of how times were for their grandparents.
Published by Fulton Books, Marvin Larson’s book will take readers on a powerful journey through the author’s life as he reflects upon his trials and triumphs, and all that he managed to overcome with the help and support of others. Expertly paced and engaging, “Marvin Larson’s Memoirs” will transport readers back in time in order to show what life once was in America and is sure to remain with them long after its satisfying conclusion.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase “Marvin Larson’s Memoirs” at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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