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Dust On the Sea Paperback – Oct 25 2005


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not the same quality as his Alexander Kent novels Sept. 9 2012
By srfbuda - Published on Amazon.com
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I have read all his Richard Bolitho books and loved them all. You could smell the sea and the powder as you read. I was hoping for the same with this book, but it was a struggle just to finish it.
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The Royal Marine Commando contribution to WWII Aug. 13 2007
By EricS - Published on Amazon.com
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A thoroughly convincing account of World War II from the Royal marine Commando point of view. I highly recommend this book for people who enjoy wartime/military adventures.
Four Stars July 12 2014
By pat emmerson - Published on Amazon.com
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Good Book, worth reading
Rousing adventure Feb. 3 2013
By Robert G. Leroe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Having read nearly all of the Bolitho novels, I've begun the other naval novels by Douglas Reeman, and they are all outstanding. Of the many naval fiction authors out there, Reeman/Kent is head and shoulders above the rest. His books are lessons in leadership, besides being deeply moving stories of courage. Dust on the Sea moves through several engagements with the enemy, yet finds time to deal with the personal lives of two couples (and three Blackwoods), while continuing the family saga. The minor characters are also important to the story and well portrayed. Action, romance and team work under dire conditions are what marks this novel and what makes it memorable.
Modern sea adventure Dec 20 2012
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This was a good read. Douglas Reeman captures the "modern naval adventure" well, his characters are believable, and the plot is well done. I recommend this.


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