Size: 6.8125 inches tall by 4.15625 inches wide
Country of Origin: United States
Publisher: Pinnacle Books Inc.
Author: Cecil Scott Forester
The Man in the Yellow Raft
by Cecil Scott Forester
Cover illustration by Chuck McVicker
Five of these eight short stories portraying United States Navy men during World War II, involve the Destroyer Boon. Here is all the excitement that C. S. Forester fans have come to expect; from his other works (which include: African Queen and the Hornblower series, among others); with a brilliant backdrop provided by the author's special love of the sea and his impressive knowledge of seamanship and advanced naval warfare. The men in these stories display courage and disipline amid great danger and the ever - present threat of death.
The stories in this book are:
- The Man in the Yellow Raft
- Triumph of the Boon
- The Boy Stood on the Burning Deck
- Dr. Blanke's First Command
- U.S.S. Cornucopia
- December 6th
A Pinnacle Books, Inc. (New York, NY) edition, published by special arrangement with Little, Brown and Company. ISBN: 0-523-00839-2. First Printing, April 1976. This Mass Market Paperback book measures 6-13/16 inches tall by 4-5/32 inches wide by 1/2 inch thick, and has 184 numbered pages.
CONDITION: USED. Edges and corners worn; corners bumped; stress creases; back cover, and last few pages, torn 3/4 inch at the lower spine; back cover stained; pages yellowing; else, a GOOD reading copy, firmly bound.
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