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E the letter that turned his trading plans upside down Find out what has happened to Moniue please and the faded im. Between 1946 and 1950 Hammond Innes wrote seven books Of these postwar adventure thrillers five had as their setting either Cornwall or Italy

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David Cunningham turned the wreck of an old landing craft into a vessel which would make any skipper proud Then cam. With a title doubtless designed to recall those wanted posters from the wild west of America Innes novel is about an eually lawless region I

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  1. says:

    With a title doubtless designed to recall those wanted posters from the wild west of America Innes' novel is about an eually lawless region Italy in the immediate aftermath of the second world war And yet it opens not in the dry fly ridden south of the peninsula but on the cold wet North Cornish coastIntriguingly the st

  2. says:

    Between 1946 and 1950 Hammond Innes wrote seven books Of these postwar adventure thrillers five had as their setting either Cornwall or Italy In the case of the first of those novels Dead and Alive the locations for the story are both Cornwall and Italy This plot creates something of a template for Innes in the immediate postwar years He doesn't decisively break with it until writing Air Bridge in 1951But here with Dead and Alive

  3. says:

    I liked this shortish old fashioned novel about an adventure in Europe after the second world war With old fashioned I mean the kind of innocence even in a story where there was violence criminals and prostitution Nothing

  4. says:

    Another very enjoyable read from Hammond Innes Good characters and plot the imagery excellent as always This is uite a short story but has many

  5. says:

    I read this in the interests of research needing some background information about skullduggery at sea Not entirely fulfilled by this since it was written in 1946 when conversations were evidently longer winded and better spoken and the gap between men and officers deep as Cheddar Gorge But nevertheless well readable

  6. says:

    I have read Hammond Innes for many years and he has always been one of my favorite asuthors Probably read this m