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by Douglas Reeman
Author: Douglas Reeman
Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd; Simplified Ed edition (December 31, 2000)
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Action stations again-this is Reeman's 16th novel of the British navy in WW II. Pilot Tim Rowan, who's already had a bad year (one crash) hover-covers over the Growler, part of an Allied convoy
Action stations again-this is Reeman's 16th novel of the British navy in WW II. Pilot Tim Rowan, who's already had a bad year (one crash) hover-covers over the Growler, part of an Allied convoy. There are other participants but mostly it's Rowan's story, after he's sent off to knock out a tanker, after he hears his home and parents have been blitzed to death, after he's the only survivor of an exploding flare picked up in the water, and after he reaches Sydney where he falls in love with another officer's wife
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Winged Escort – Ebook written by Douglas Reeman. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Winged Escort. As the grim years of the Second World War go by, the destruction of Allied shipping mounts. Out of the terrible loss of men and ships, the escort carrier is born. They were typically half the length and a third the displacement of larger fleet carriers. While they were slower, carried fewer planes, and were less well armed and armored, escort carriers were cheaper and could be built quickly, which was their principal advantage.
Odds are long for the British destroyers assigned to escort vital northern convoys through the bitter Arctic Sea in the bloodiest days of WWII. Commander Graham Martineau, still haunted by the loss of his ship and crew to Nazi destroyers, must take on a new command: the Tribal Class destroyer Hakka. A novel from the bestselling master storyteller of the sea, Douglas Reeman; he has also written over twenty bestselling novels featuring Richard Bolitho, under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.
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