Storm warning

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Berkley, Aug 8, 2000 - Fiction - 309 pages
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During World War II, a group of German expatriates trapped in Brazil must sail across 5,000 miles of tempestuous waters to reach their homeland and face the deadly barricade of American and British military power. "A true saga of the sea--this is Higgins's greatest accomplishment".--"Washington Post".

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User Review  - Seanzilla - LibraryThing

I'd never read any Jack Higgins and found this lying around a beach house, so picked it up and started reading; terrifically well paced with well delineated characters. Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Mccutcheon - Goodreads

Not too exciting until the last hundred pages. Very typical characters from this author. Easy to read but probably going to be easy to forget. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
21
Section 3
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About the author (2000)

Jack Higgins is a writer and educator, born in Newcastle, England on July 17, 1929. The name is the pseudonym of Harry Patterson. He also wrote under the names of Martin Fallon, James Graham, and Hugh Marlowe during his early writing career. He attended Leeds Training College and eventually graduated from the University of London in 1962 with a B.S. degree in Sociology. He held a series of jobs, including a stint as a non-commissioned officer in the Royal House of Guards serving on the German border during the Cold War. He taught at Leeds College of Commerce and James Graham College. He has written more than 60 books including The Eagle Has Landed, Touch the Devil, Confessional, The Eagle Has Flown, and Eye of the Storm. He is also the author of the Sean Dillon series.