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Dauntless ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Dauntless Author Alan Evans – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Autumn 1917Britain is just about surviving the war of the U boats but there are mutinies in France a revolution in Russia and stalemate on the Western Front The Allies must get the upper hand and in L Autumn Britain is just about surviving the war of the U boats but there are mutinies in France a revolution in Russia and stalemate on the Western Front The Allies must get the upper hand and in London plans are hatched to renew the pressure in the Middle EastCommander David Cochrane Smith finds himself on a formidable assignment in the Mediterranean He is wily experienced and tough but his mission is dangerous and his force is small With this ramshackle suadron he must elude the U boats and sink a heavily armed enemy cruiser whose captain is as able and daring as Smith himself The action is fierce on land and on sea — and the odds are uneven But this is an assignment designed to test Smith to the utmost and he is determined to succeed Can he trust his own menAnd can his men trust him.

  • Dauntless
  • Alan Evans
  • 27 September 2015
  • 9780082780649

About the Author: Alan Evans

See this thread for information Alan Evans was born in in Sunderland He is an enthralling writer of First and Second World War adventure thrillers mainly based on naval battles Carefully researched and with his own experience of active service he skilfully evokes the tension and terror of war Many of the figures and events are based on real life models His best known character is Commander David Cochrane Smith a maverick First World War sea captain The protagonist of six of Evans' novels he has to battle against the highly sceptical Admiralty as well as seemingly impossible odds in order to triumph Evans' style is pacey and gripping and in addition to his popular books for adults he counts three adventure novels for children amongst his credits.



9 thoughts on “Dauntless

  1. Nooilforpacifists Nooilforpacifists says:

    Slow start; great middle and end Very Reeman esue

  2. Tony Hisgett Tony Hisgett says:

    A really enjoyable read the book was pretty much all action with Commander Smith having to deal with multiple threats There is also some interesting personal information and a ‘cursed aeroplane’My only slight criticisms are the book again ends with many loose ends and I’m really not sure why the author keeps including yet another independent woman as they always just seem to disappear at the end of the book

  3. B T B T says:

    Good read and solid story that said I thought I had it figured out around chapter 9 but it did not finish the way I thought The author always seems to end one chapter short It would have been good to read what happened when they returned to port There are always unanswered elements to his stories

  4. Darel Krieger Darel Krieger says:

    Good read Interesting story about WWI especially the Turkish theatre The main character was a larger than life figure in this story doing everything from being the captain of a ship to flying in an airplane to being in a calvary charge to having a love affair just a one man band

  5. Don Brenner Don Brenner says:

    Good thriller with lots of action to keep you reading and turning pagesGood thriller with lots of action to keep you reading and turning pages Would like to read by this auther

  6. David Merritt David Merritt says:

    Brilliant series Working my way through it all

  7. Neil Neil says:

    Good story and characterisations Looks to be a good series

  8. David R. McBride David R. McBride says:

    I really enjoyed this book

  9. Doubledf99.99 Doubledf99.99 says:

    Pretty good WWI naval action against the Turks and of course Germans has some good action on the ground and the hunt for the German cruiser

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