A Twist of Sand



Stein Saw The White Death In Front Of Him And Blenched His Face Turned A Sickly Green And He Pulled Out The Luger Get Back He Screamed Astern, Astern He Groped Madly For The Telegraph, Pitching John, Who Was At The Wheel, On The Plating Of The Bridge.I Was Afraid Of Stein, But I Was Scared To Death Of The Sand Bars Of The Curva Dos Dunas You Bloody Fool I Shouted As I Spun The Wheel Back I Hit Stein Across The Face With The Back Of My Left Hand And He Went Reeling To His Knees The Reader Reaches The Last Page Panting Sunday TimesA Twist of Sand

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  • Hardcover
  • 0 pages
  • A Twist of Sand
  • Geoffrey Jenkins
  • English
  • 15 May 2017
  • 9780670736072

10 thoughts on “A Twist of Sand

  1. says:

    Sje am se da me je kao osnovca knjiga totalno fascinirala Tko zna kakva bi mi bila danas

  2. says:

    Genuinely riveting seafaring adventure, which has perhaps aged badly in certain respects, but ranks as a must read for lovers of MacLean, Cussler et al.

  3. says:

    Ok, I m a sucker for the occasional thriller, especially one with adventurous overtones based on the sea This one delivers splendidly, and is great fun from start to finish.

  4. says:

    I first read this book in 1961 or 1962 Back then it was pure adventure The blurb includes quotes by Ian Fleming and Marghanita Laski, both praising it Alas the revisit disappoints Or is it just dated The frank racism is distasteful, the single female character is cardboard The providential coincidences pile up Okay...

  5. says:

    This was one of my old books being prepared for donation to the charity shop, and I reread it to make sure I wanted rid of it It s very dated now the plot is slight, the villains are evil and the racism grates But the seafaring exploits are vivid ...

  6. says:

    I slogged through this book because a dear friend loves it and it is written about a place I may soon visit the Skeleton Coast Obviously written long ago, it is definitely a period piece from the 1940 s and 1950 s A mystery of that...

  7. says:

    Very interesting take on early techenogy.

  8. says:

    A really good entertaining read was hard to put down.The plot is of of enhanced interest for anyone intrigued by WW2 technical advancements.I ll leave it there

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