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The Gatecrashers (The Nicholas Everard World War II Saga)

by Alexander Fullerton

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I really enjoyed the trip into life for a submariner in WWII, especially on this critical mission. War often brings out the very best as well as the very worst in humanity. We survive under adversity. ( )
  nEtVolution | Jan 15, 2010 |
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It seemed like mission impossible: the tiny X-craft midget submarine up against the TIRPITZ, the mightiest battleship afloat, but Paul Everard must take his chance to gatecrash the Norwegian fjords - past minefields, patrol craft, shore guns, steel nets and acoustic detection gear - and cripple the ship Churchill had called "the Beast". Even if he succeeded, the chances of escaping alive were slim. If he failed, Nick Everard, commanding Arctic convoy PQ19, was in for a pounding. As THE GATECRASHERS draws to its thunderous climax, father and son, their lives balancing on a knife-edge, face their final, most searching test...… (more)

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