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Read & download Ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF º Douglas Reeman Ned Merchat Navy convoys in the Western Approaches the Battle of the Atlantic was a full scale warA relentless savage war against an ever present enemy and a violent sea in an arena known o. Much like The Cruel Sea by Nicholas Monserrat this book seems to be an authentic account of the struggles endured by the Royal Navy during the battle of the atlantic in escorting convoys while under attack by U boats This book has the added attraction of including insights into the personal lives and loves of some of the principal protagonists I am enjoying this book although it brings home vividly the horrors of war to both sides of the conflict

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Killing Ground Free read ¸ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ ❴Reading❵ ➿ Killing Ground Author Douglas Reeman – Gwairsoft.co.uk The Western Ocean 1942From the bridge of HMS Gladiator Lieutenant Commander David Howard's orders were chillingly clear There could be no mercyTo the men who fought to protect the v Nly to its embittered survivors as the killing groundHMS Gladiator was part of that war An ordinary hard worked destroyer and her company of men Fighting for survival in a war with no rules. Another good WWII sea novel by Douglas Reeman this time involving British destroyers against German u boats in the Atlantic Western Sea convoy war Principal characters are finely drawn and we empathize with their losses and sorrows The fiction parallels real events and trends and the book gives us perspective into the British struggle for survival during this horrendous war

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Killing GroundThe Western Ocean From the bridge of HMS Gladiator Lieutenant Commander David Howard's orders were chillingly clear There could be no mercyTo the men who fought to protect the vital threate. One of the better books by the author Likely has the best presented depictions or action and combat but still suffers from the two common Reeman tropes an inexplicable “heel” character with no redeeming ualities Who obviously gets his comeuppance and a “savior” love interest who brings our hero back from the brink of insanity via a poorly portrayed courtship followed by sub trash romance novel sex scenes It seems in Reeman’s novels the female characters exist solely to eventually bang the despair out of the ship’s captain