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by Douglas Reeman

Author: Douglas Reeman
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Arrow Books, Limited; New Ed edition (2003)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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No matter how skilled his men had become there were some who had been thinking of a run ashore, a brassy pub behind the blackout curtains where just for a few hours they could dream or make-believe.

In Danger's Hour, . No matter how skilled his men had become there were some who had been thinking of a run ashore, a brassy pub behind the blackout curtains where just for a few hours they could dream or make-believe. David Rule had been an excellent first lieutenant in every sense. He had never tried to gain popularity by being soft, but even at the defaulters' table he had usually managed to end the day without malice.

Publisher: Putnam Adult, London, 1988

Author: Douglas Reeman. Publisher: Putnam Adult, London, 1988. In Danger’s Hour is a thrilling novel of the least-known, least glamorous and most dangerous areas of war by the master storyteller of the sea. Reeman’s previous novels include Battlecruiser, Iron Pirate, Horizon, White Guns and Sunset.

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In Danger's Hour book. Another very good WWII seafaring story from Douglas Reeman. The Rob Roy. A tiny machine, just 230 feet. This story takes place on board a minesweeper called HMS Rob Roy. It starts off in 1943 when the Rob Roy is doing coastal duties around Southern England.

Reeman portrays all these various tensions and undercurrents well with the action peaking on June 6, 1944. It may be nitpicking, but I had a few problems with the story. First, I don't think that British civilians were being killed in large numbers in late 1943- early 1944. This was after the Blitz and before the V weapons. Second, Reeman's description of the ship brings to mind the adage that "a picture is worth a thousand words".

In Danger's Hour by Douglas Reeman (Paperback, 1989). Condition: Acceptable.

British author who wrote many historical novels about the Royal Navy, mainly set during either World War II or the Napoleonic Wars Contents. 1 Bibliography (with publication dates).

Odds are long for the British destroyers assigned to escort vital northern convoys through the bitter Arctic Sea in the bloodiest days of WWII. Commander Graham Martineau, still haunted by the loss of his ship and crew to Nazi destroyers, must take on a new command: the Tribal Class destroyer Hakka. In Danger's Hour is a thrilling novel of the least-known, least glamorous and most dangerous areas of war by the master storyteller of the sea. Reeman's previous novels include Battlecruiser, Iron Pirate, Horizon, White Guns and Sunset.

This Author: Douglas Reeman. This Narrator: David Rintoul. This Publisher: AudioGO. The HMS Rob Roy. A tiny machine, just 230 feet from stem to stern. In peacetime she would have trawled for cod. Now her catch is deadlier by far. Ian Ransome is a veteran of the treacherous front line of naval combat.

Aboard the fleet minesweeper Rob Roy, Lieutenant Commander Ian Ransome must challenge the war-ravaged waters of the Mediterranean to clear the way for the Allies' invasion of Italy