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eBook The Ship That Died of Shame, and Other Stories (Short Story Index Reprint Series) ePub

by Nicholas Monsarrat

  • ISBN: 0836939581
  • Category: Short Stories and Anthologies
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Nicholas Monsarrat
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (February 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 249
  • ePub book: 1171 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1257 kb
  • Other: txt doc lit rtf
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 510

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The film is based on a story written by Nicholas Monsarrat (better known as the author of The Cruel Sea), which .

The film is based on a story written by Nicholas Monsarrat (better known as the author of The Cruel Sea), which originally appeared in Lilliput magazine in 1952 Though made by Ealing Studios, the film was shot at the film studios at Wembley Park in north-west London

ship that died of sham. by Nicholas Monsarrat. This collection of 11 short stories ranges from South Africa to England to Canada. The title story takes us on board a small gunboat with a distinguished WW II record; the shame is that it is being used as a smuggler.

ship that died of sham. Other stories include "Oh To Be In England," "The Reconciliation," "The List," "The Thousand Islands Snatch," "Up the Garden Path," "The Man Who Wanted a Mark.

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Nicholas Monsarrat died of cancer on 8 August 1979 in London The Ship That Died of Shame, and Other Stories (1959) (comprising The Ship That Died of Shame; Oh To Be In England!; The Reconciliation; The List; The Thousand Islands.

Nicholas Monsarrat died of cancer on 8 August 1979 in London. The Ship That Died of Shame, and Other Stories (1959) (comprising The Ship That Died of Shame; Oh To Be In England!; The Reconciliation; The List; The Thousand Islands Snatch; Up The Garden Path; The Man Who Wanted a Mark IX; I Was There; The Dinner Party; Licensed To Kill; Postscript). The Nylon Pirates (1960).

It is based on a story written by Nicholas Monsarrat (better known as the author of "The Cruel Sea"). It was originally published in "Lilliput" magazine in 1952. It was later published in a collection of short stories ("The Ship That Died of Shame and other stories", 1959, ISBN 0330104993).

25 8 5 Kirjailija: Nicholas Monsarrat Lukija: Simon Vance. Saatavilla äänikirjana. Crime, mystery, adventure, thrills-all are to be found in this short-story collection commencing with "The Ship That Died of Shame," in which a former navy gunboat is used for smuggling by ex-servicemen down on their luck in postwar society. In "The Reconciliation," a husband employs private detectives but then changes his mind about a divorce once their findings are revealed. In "Licensed to Kill," a honeymoon soon turns into a manhunt when a former Royal Marine commando employs.

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1959) And Other Stories A collection of stories by Nicholas Monsarrat Used availability for Nicholas Monsarrat's The Ship That Died of Shame. February 1991 : USA Hardback.

1959) And Other Stories A collection of stories by Nicholas Monsarrat. Used availability for Nicholas Monsarrat's The Ship That Died of Shame.

Comments

Jonariara Jonariara
If you like Monsarrat, you'll like these little bite sized stories. It's not "The Cruel Sea", but then I didn't expect it to be.
Jeronashe Jeronashe
Book as described. Quick shipping.
Mautaxe Mautaxe
Great selection of short stories from an era.
Minnai Minnai
Excellent collection of short stories.
I first read them in high school many years ago; just had to read them all over again.
And I loved them all... all over again!
Raniconne Raniconne
This book is a collection of short stories, most not having to do with the sea. They are somewhat interesting and most have some sort of reference to World War II veterans. Some of the stories were better than others, but overall I had some trouble getting through the book.