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ship that died of shame.

Nicholas Monsarrat

ship that died of shame.

by Nicholas Monsarrat

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Published by Cassell in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL17275934M

Three Corvettes book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Highly recommended for all those who go down to the sea in ships. Three Corvettes contains stories of Monsarrat’s days a RNVR Officer. Great lessons for O-1 to O ‘HMS Marlborough Will Enter Harbour’, and ‘The Ship That Died of Shame’.4/5(7). The ship that died of shame --Licensed to kill --The man who wanted a mark nine --The Thousand Islands snatch --I was there --The dinner party --Oh to be in England! -- The list -- The reconciliation -- Up the garden path -- Post-script.

  The Ship That Died of Shame was based on a short story by Nicholas Monsarrat. Monsarrat was an extremely popular writer at the time although he is now all but forgotten. His best-known book was The Cruel Sea and like much of his fiction, including The Ship That Died of Shame, it was inspired by his wartime service in the Royal Navy. The Ship That Died of Shame by Nicholas Monsarrat, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Book Overview 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. The Ship That Died of Shame - The Ship That Died of Shame audiobook, by Nicholas Monsarrat 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.


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The Ship That Died of Shame, along with The Cruel Sea, are probably his best known works, but if you want a real story, read "Licensed to Kill" - uncannily like the book "First Blood", but predates it by several decades/5(6). The Ship That Died of Shame, along with The Cruel Sea, are probably his best known works, but if you want a real story, read "Licensed to Kill" - uncannily like the book "First Blood", but predates it by several decades.

And "I Was There" sums of up the spirit of Dunkirk like no other book. An ideal book to while away a few hours/5(6). The Ship That Died of Shame book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This collection of 11 short stories ranges from South Af /5.

The Ship That Died of Shame, along with The Cruel Sea, are probably his best known works, but if you want a real story, read "Licensed to Kill" - uncannily like the book "First Blood", but predates it by several decades.

And "I Was There" sums of up the spirit of Dunkirk like no other book. An ideal book to while away a few hours/5(6). The Ship That Died Of Shame on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Ship That Died Of Shame.

Crime, Mystery, Adventure, Thrills - all to be found in this short story collection commencing with 'The Ship that Died of Shame', where a former Navy gunboat is used for smuggling by ex-servicemen down on their luck in post-war society. A further nine stories complete a volume which contains many twists and turns and hard hitting drama.

This ship of shame, the Panama-flagged bulker Zeus 1, owned by Falcon Shipping Inc, can hardly be described as a rust bucket, her keel was laid as recently asbut she was, and perhaps still is, a death trap for the seafarers working on her.

It was one of the first novels to depict life aboard the vital, but unglamorous, "small ships" of World War II—ships for which the sea was as much a threat as the Germans. Monsarrat's short-story collections H.M.S. Marlborough Will Enter Harbour (), and The Ship That Died of Shame (, made into a film of the same name), mined the same literary vein, and gained popularity by association with The.

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And "I Was There" sums of up the spirit of Dunkirk like no other book. An ideal book to while away a few s: 6. The Ship That Died of Shame & Other Stories by Nicholas Monsarrat Book condition: Good/Good Book Description. Cassell & Company, Hardcover.

Good/Good. First Edition. pages. Black pictorial dust jacket over blue cl Title: The Ship That Died of Shame & Other Stories. The Ship That Died of Shame (original title) 1h 35min | Crime, Drama, Thriller | 30 January (Sweden) A trio of ex-servicemen begin smuggling innocuous black market items into post-war Britain, but through greed they graduate to more sinister cargo.

Interestingly addictive stories. I am not a bookworm or an avid reader, except when it comes to stories about the sea, or navel epics. I was disappointed that the whole book was not a about THE SHIP THAT DIED OF SHAME, but the other short stories were very good and put me in the mind of AESOPS FABLES, but never the less I enjoyed the read.

the ship that died of shame () I've had a good deal to do with ships - too much, maybe - and if there's one thing I know about them, it is that they are not alive. They are made of wood and metal, and nothing else: they don't have souls, they don't have wills of their own, they don't talk back but I'd better start at.

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Watch now. The day before a young man is to be executed for killing his girlfriend, his alcoholic father shows up to try to prove his innocence. In, the Captain of an old Royal Navy destroyer struggles with his crew, as well as the Nazis/ The Ship That Died of Shame by Nicholas Monsarrat.

A collection of World War II stories by Nicholas Monsarrat. Contents: A collection of 11 short stories rangeing from South Africa to England to Canada.

Richard Attenborough stars as a former crew member of a British gunboat, which was distinguished by a heroic wartime record. Attenborough and several fellow ex-crewmen buy the vessel in peacetime Category: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages 21 cm. Contents: The ship that died of shame. --Licenced to killThe man who wanted a mark nineThe Thousand Islands snatchI was thereThe dinner partyOh to be in England!--The listThe reconciliationUp the garden Title.