STRANGER TO THE SHORE by Kenneth Dodson

STRANGER TO THE SHORE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The gift of storytelling and the intimate knowledge of the sea stand Kenneth Dodson in good stead in this tale of one Kurt Mueller, on the Cape Falcon, a freighter on a dangerous mission from the Coral Sea to Chile. With the port of Felicidad torn internally by conflict with the local Nazis, the peace-loving, shy Kurt tangles with a local trouble maker- and also falls in love. A good sailor on-shore-in-a-storm tale, but not of the stature of Away All Boats.

Pub Date: Nov. 8th, 1956
Publisher: Little, Brown