A Ship Must Die (2020)

A Ship Must Die January Out in the wastes of the Indian Ocean British ships are sinking The cause a German armed raider disguised to deceive unwary merchantmen In Williamstown Australia HMS Andromeda awaits
  • Title: A Ship Must Die
  • Author: Douglas Reeman
  • ISBN: 9780099226000
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Ship Must Die
    January 1944 Out in the wastes of the Indian Ocean, British ships are sinking The cause a German armed raider, disguised to deceive unwary merchantmen In Williamstown, Australia, HMS Andromeda awaits transfer to the Australian navy After years together in bloody combat with the Nazis, the cruiser s crew will disperse to fight in other ships, in other seas But a callJanuary 1944 Out in the wastes of the Indian Ocean, British ships are sinking The cause a German armed raider, disguised to deceive unwary merchantmen In Williamstown, Australia, HMS Andromeda awaits transfer to the Australian navy After years together in bloody combat with the Nazis, the cruiser s crew will disperse to fight in other ships, in other seas But a call to Andromeda s youthful captain, Richard Blake VC, changes everything He puts to sea immediately His mission to seek out and destroy the raider And in this conflict, one ship must die.
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    One Reply to “A Ship Must Die”

    1. Douglas Reeman is a one trick pony, but he performs his trick well, over and over and over He gets at odd corners of the naval conflict during ww2 and crafts a nice thriller in that space Here we have one of his darlings, a German merchant raider, running amok in the Indian Ocean The Australians pit an overworked light cruiser against it and thus the drama begins His main character, this time a young captain with the VC, is a bit of fresh air for Reeman, although he is unable to refrain from a l [...]

    2. Fast paced action war thriller set aboard a Brittish cruiser during WW2 in Australian waters Very stilted, old fashioned language gave the story a feel of authenticity but the romance felt out of place and unreal and did not add to the drama Story kept me interested and turning the pages until the end.

    3. You need to suspend disbelief than usual for Reeman with this one view spoiler Two German raiders raising havoc in the Indian Ocean at the same time as the Eastern Fleet is working up to produce the BPF hide spoiler But a rewarding Reeman read none the less recently re read it.

    4. The second time around for this book Picking up a Douglas Reeman book, even for the second time, assures me of a good read and a spot relaxation and escapism A thoroughly enjoyable book.

    5. This is the second time I have read this book The first time was years ago, and forgot about it when I started to read this It is an enjoyable naval book.

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