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Ship of Force By Alan Evans

Ship of Force by Alan Evans

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Ship of Force Summary

Ship of Force by Alan Evans

A renegade commander must take matters into his own hands in this epic First World War thriller.

Summer, 1917: Britain is losing the war against the deadly German U-boats. After close fought action, Commander David Cochrane Smith uncovers what he believes is a deadly plot against Britain from a dying German sailor. Code-named Swordbearer, it could turn the tide of the war in Germany's favour.

But, already under suspicion, his warnings fall on deaf ears. With just one one ancient destroyer, a turtle-back 'thirty-knotter' known as Bloody Mary, under his command and a hostile commanding office, he must wage this battle on his own. Smith must solve the riddle and stake his own life to save his country...

This vivid and high-octane thriller is perfect for fans of Douglas Reeman, Alexander Kent and Patrick O'Brien.

Praise for Alan Evans

'Terrific action at sea on land and in the air...breathless pace. Evans ranks as a top adventure writer' Publishers Weekly

About Alan Evans

Alan Evans was an enthralling British writer of First and Second World War adventure thrillers, mainly based on naval battles. Carefully researched, and with his own experience of active service, the novels skilfully evoke the tension and terror of war. Many of the figures and events are based on real-life models.

Additional information

GOR011066553
9781800320208
1800320205
Ship of Force by Alan Evans
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Canelo
2020-10-15
320
N/A
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