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Brought to you by Penguin. 'Unbelievably good' James Holland, bestselling author of Normandy '44 The Tom Hanks film originally published as The Good Shepherd and acclaimed as C.S. Forester's wartime classic It's 1942. America has just joined the war. Greyhound, an international convoy of thirty-seven allied ships, is in operation. Captain Krause must lead his first command of a US destroyer as the convoy ploughs through the icy, submarine-infested North Atlantic seas. For forty-eight hours, Krause will play a desperate cat and mouse game against the wolf packs of German U-boats. His mission looks doomed to fail. But armed with extraordinary courage and grit, hope may just be on the horizon. . . This is a riveting classic of naval warfare from the author of the legendary Hornblower series. 'High and glittering excitement' New York Times © C.S. Forester 1955 (P) Penguin Audio 2020Show more
In 1917, the Great War is in full swing. Young Randall is a second lieutenant, and is lucky enough to escape some of the consequences of the conflict by contributing to the invention of a flare, which will be of benefit to the allies. He falls in love with a woman a few years his senior, and with the imminence of death ever in a young man's mind, he hastily marries her. Whilst the flare is a success, his marriage is not. Deceit and adultery come into play, as a consequence of which, Randall is brought to trial for murder. He is completely disorientated by the turn of events. When asked by Counsel if he actually intended to kill his victim, Randall replies: "no....not particularly."Show more
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