A Flock of Ships - Brian Callison Reviews
Description:ISBN 0006148433 / Genre: Author: Brian Callison / Paperback / 192 Pages / Book is published 1986-11-27 by Fontana Press
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"I was eating a jam sandwich when the first ship in our group went down." So begins the personal log of Chief Officer Jonathan Kent of the M.V. Cyclops in 1941. Obviously, the British merchant fleet suffered terrible losses in the Second World War yet what follows is less a naval war story and more a mystery or thriller set on a WWII merchant ship. A small convey of three, very fast merchant ships are racing from Britain through the South Atlantic, heading for Australia. They are protected by a Royal Navy corvette, fitted with depth charges for anti-submarine warfare. After one of the ships is sunk, the Captain of the M.V. Cyclops ... Read the complete review
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