FISH AND TIN FISH by Philip Wylie

FISH AND TIN FISH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Third in the series of the exploits of Crunch and Das, charterboatmen of Florida. Finny tales of Bay and stream, in the Bahamas, off Florida, etc.; tales of red hot powerhouses of tune, marlin, snooks, broadbill swordfish, bomits, bonefish; of passengers who make or break the sport, of romance, of hush-hush errands for the Coast Quard, of children and their part in gamefishing. These are tales of the ways of fishes as well as the ways of humans, with Crunch quixotically finding the best in everyone, and being most modest about his confidential war work. Well tailored jobs these-all but four have appeared in the S E P.

Pub Date: Feb. 16th, 1943
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart