Non-Combatants Alexander Fullerton


Published: December 2nd 2010

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281 pages


Non-Combatants  by  Alexander Fullerton

Non-Combatants by Alexander Fullerton
December 2nd 2010 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 281 pages | ISBN: | 6.65 Mb

It is the summer of 1940 and Andy Holt has signed on as 2nd mate in the SS Barranquilla, sailing in ballast from the Clyde for Nuevitas in Cuba. From there shell be routed up the US seaboard to Halifax, Nova Scotia, assembly-point for homebound convoys. The homebound ones are the worst - U-boats preferring their victims to be deep-laden, full of cargo.

Thats if he makes it back, because this is what the U-boat people are calling their Happy Time - easy targets and lots of them, convoys with hardly any escorting warships. There have been heavy losses off Norway and Dunkirk - the vital priority at this time is for destroyers to counter the invasion that seems imminent.

At the moment it is odds against any individual ship getting over the pond and back...

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