- Author:Philip McCutchan
- Publisher:Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (September 1981)
- Pages:159 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
- FB2 format1620 kb
- ePUB format1659 kb
- DJVU format1802 kb
- Formats:rtf lit lrf lit
Lieutenant Cameron RNVR. by. Philip McCutchan.
Lieutenant Cameron RNVR. Large type books, Cameron, Donald (Fictitious character) - Fiction, World War, 1939-1945 - Fiction, Great Britain - History, Naval - 20th century - Fiction.
Lieutenant Cameron Rnvr book. I enjoy reading good naval stories and military fiction in general. I have read several McCutchan books as well as other authors and this book begins in an expected fashion but the plot contains an unexpected twist. A fate suffered by many sailors during war but in this book the path to survival is different. Like all McCutchan books it is well written and it is a good read but you have to overcome the British naval terminology and slang.
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First published in 1985 by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, as Cameron: Ordinary Seaman.
intended to lure German U-boats into the open. Few write as well as McCutchan about the specifics of wind and weather, and about the homely details of life aboard ship. His narratives have always placed some emphasis on character development, and there are some lively plot threads here involving the lives of Tom's clearly delineated crew.
With them and the crew, on the flagship "Halcyon," are a motley group of passengers. Their old enemy, Vice-Admiral von Merkatz is on their trail in hopes of freeing Savory.
Charles Cameron may refer to: Charles Cameron (architect) (1743–1812), Scottish architect who worked in Russia. Charles Cameron (governor) (1766–1820), British officer and Governor of the Bahamas, 1804–20. Charles Cameron (cricketer) (1819–?), Irish cricketer. Charlie Cameron (footballer, born 1886) (1886–1957), Australian rules footballer who played for South Melbourne and Geelong. Charles Cameron (footballer, born 1907) (1907–1960), Australian rules footballer who played for North Melbourne and Fitzroy.