Tales of Enticement
A selection of twenty-five short stories of various genres.
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Tales of Enticement
A further selection of twenty-five short stories of various genres.
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THIS BLOOD RED SEA
The biography of Ronald Burns, who served as a Royal Navy DEMS gunner aboard merchant ships during WWII. His first ship, SS Empire Drum was torpedoed in the Atlantic and he and his fellow shipmates spent thirteen days adrift in a lifeboat. Shortly after being rescued, he served aboard rescue ship, SS Rathlin, which sailed with the infamous convoy, PQ17 to Russia. What Ron witnessed was carnage and devastation beyond belief. This is his story.
A truly great true story. THIS BLOOD RED SEA. I was interested in this book initially as my father spent 50 years as a merchant seaman, through the war as well. This story is based on a true story about the war years, and from the times of WW11. Ronald Burns is who this book is based on. This is his views of the convoy and it makes for scary reading. Very brave guys that were usually treated as inferior troops because they were the merchant navy, but still gave everything for the cause. This is a hard story of guys young and old giving everything to help. The conditions were far from ideal but they got on with it. I would say we are all indebted to themtrue story. 5*. 11 July 2015.
Very Informative, 2 Jun. 2014
* By Suzanne Steele 2 June, 2014
"I'm a published author who is also a voracious reader."
This review is from: This Blood Red Sea (Kindle Edition)
This biography of Ronald Burns, who served as a WWII Royal Navy Dems gunner, gives an insight into the appalling and treacherous conditions these heroic men had to endure. An educative and absorbing read. This was so good. *I received a free copy of this book for a fair and honest review
Five Stars, 30 July 2015 By Stuart P.
This review is from: THIS BLOOD RED SEA (Paperback)
fantastic book a must read.
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