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y separately published work icon Fire One! J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1963 Z1259352 1963 single work novel war literature adventure Wind Hound i kamp Copenhagen : Winther , 1971
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y separately published work icon The Gunner J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1959 Z251549 1959 single work novel war literature adventure Artilleri-officeren Copenhagen : Winther , 1970
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y separately published work icon The Rocky J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1961 Z1258835 1961 single work novel war literature adventure Orlogsgasten Glostrup : Winther , 1970
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y separately published work icon The Surgeon J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1959 Z1253260 1959 single work novel war literature adventure From back cover: 'Commander Peter Bentley was lord of Wind Rode, his was the responsibility for her two hundred men. There were many gunners on the ship, many asdic-operators, many engineers; but there was only one surgeon, Dr Landis reminded himself. Was the captain's responsibility more significant than holding a man's life literally in your fingers? He would see. So would they.' Torpederet Glostrup : Winther , 1970
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y separately published work icon The Coxswain J. E. Macdonnell , London Melbourne : Horwitz , 1960 Z1257321 1960 single work novel war literature adventure In every battle Wind Rode had come out on top. Weapons, whether aircraft cannon or submarine torpedo or destroyer guns, were aimed and fired by men. The destroyer's men had proved superior in the handling of theirs. Now the train of successes had been broken. They had six big guns and multiplicity of other weapons: they should have got those Jap aircraft. As it was a lucky shot from the Oerlikon saved them from disaster. It was not seamanship or training: simply a problem of morale. For the coxswain. - Publisher's blurb, back cover Faren på havet Glostrup : Winther , 1970
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y separately published work icon The Mistake J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1964 Z1260268 1964 single work novel war literature adventure Kaptajnens bommert Glostrup : Winther , 1971
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y separately published work icon Coffin Island J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1958 Z1253062 1958 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1958
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y separately published work icon The Deserter J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1965 Z1260435 1965 single work novel war literature adventure Aboard destroyer Wind Rode the five men had a mess of their own. This was surprising. Surprising also was the fact that none of the ship's company resented the five's privileged seclusion. They were men apart in more ways than one and the dangers they faced were not dangers known to men who fought on the surface of the ocean. They were frogmen, chosen to carry a load of destruction through their alien, underwater world to the heart of the Japanese defences at Halmahera. The success of an invasion depended on their courage. - back cover Frygt Copenhagen : Winther , 1970
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y separately published work icon Conflict J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1963 Z1259284 1963 single work novel war literature adventure 'They had repulsed many fierce attacks, they had weathered many a dangerous crisis together. But Captain Bentley and his first-lieutenant, Bob Randall, were more than the organisers of a smoothly working destroyer team. Thet were close friends. Only one thing could come between them to destroy that - and now it had come. The love of a woman.' - back cover Konflikt om bord Glostrup : Winther , 1971
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y separately published work icon The Pawn J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1964 Z1260174 1964 single work novel war literature adventure Operation skakbrik Glostrup : Winther , 1971
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y separately published work icon The Captain J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1960 Z1254714 1960 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1960
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y separately published work icon Brood of the Eagle J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1960 Z1254729 1960 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1960
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y separately published work icon The Challenge J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1960 Z1257361 1960 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1960
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y separately published work icon The Rocky J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1961 Z1258835 1961 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1961
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y separately published work icon Clear for Action! J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1961 Z1258864 1961 selected work short story war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1961
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y separately published work icon Sainsbury, V.C. J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1962 Z1258928 1962 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1962
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y separately published work icon Sainsbury, V.C. J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1962 Z1258928 1962 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1965
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y separately published work icon U-Boat J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1962 Z1259119 1962 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1962
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y separately published work icon Repel Boarders! J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1963 Z1259291 1963 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1963
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y separately published work icon The Buffer J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1963 Z1260124 1963 single work novel war literature adventure "Hooky" Walker...or to give him his rightful name, Chief Petty-Officer William Walker of the destroyer Windrode, was a man's man; you would be fortunate to have him as a friend. He was a man, and so not perfect. A friend's sister was safe with him but this moral and biological restriction did not extend to all sisters. In port he drank a good deal. Sometimes, but not often, he made mistakes. But, in this pattern, there were two staunch, straight strands: though not overtly religious, he did not ever blaspheme; and to his shipmates and his captain he was unimpeachably loyal. These traits caused him to risk his life often...and now he was faced with the biggest crisis of his life... - back cover (Horwitz, 1963) Sydney : Horwitz , 1963
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y separately published work icon The Pawn J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1964 Z1260174 1964 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1964
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y separately published work icon Sabotage! J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1964 Z1260185 1964 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1964
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y separately published work icon Collision Course J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1964 Z1260229 1964 single work novel war literature adventure

'They craved action! The crew of the Utmost felt the urge for action - in a ship with one gun and a short-range pom-pom.

"You're responsible," his first-lieutenant told the captain, Dutchy Holland. "You've made these men what they are. You toughened them. They're restless now."

Neither officer knew that Utmost was to see action soon...against a fast, heavily-gunned jap destryer on a vital mission!' - back cover (1964)

Sydney : Horwitz , 1964
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y separately published work icon Close and Investigate J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1965 Z1260394 1965 single work novel war literature adventure 'Circe was his ship, his first commission, and those were his men. Lieutenant-Commander Jim Brady saw red, an animal surge of rage and hate, and he made his decision. They came steaming out of the rain and the carrier loomed abruptly with a mouth-drying heart-stopping fear. The three huge turrets on her fo'c'sle were almost on bearing, he saw the six thick barrels depressing and knew that the range was point blank.' - back cover (1965) Sydney : Horwitz , 1965
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y separately published work icon Combat Assignment J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1967 Z1260628 1967 single work novel war literature adventure 'Captain Kenyon is back in another action drama of the war as seen from the decks of an American torpedo boat, continuing the compelling series that began with The Convert and Down the Throat. And this time Walt Kenyon is in real trouble.' - back cover (1967) Sydney : Horwitz , 1967
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y separately published work icon The Misfit J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1967 Z1260676 1967 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1967
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y separately published work icon Circle of Fire J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1970 Z1262818 1970 single work novel war literature adventure 'In earlier days of the War in the Pacific, Japanese submarines had clobbered Allied shipping with dreadful effectiveness. However, the Allied advance had cut off these killers of the deep from their fuel supplies. Their range was over-extended; their crews were tired; they were sustaining heavy losses at the hands of Allied destroyers. The the Imperial Japanese Navy enlisted the help of a truly brilliant engineer. They established under-water fuel supplies in the lagoon of Mantigui Island. Now they were potent once more - Allied shipping losses increased alarmingly! Dutchy Holland was given the job. His mission, to get H.M.A.S. Jackal into this hornet's nest and destroy the fuel tanks. It was a mission from which Dutchy entertained scant hope of returning...' - back cover (1970). Sydney : Horwitz , 1970
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y separately published work icon Standing into Danger J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1971 Z1262894 1971 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1971
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y separately published work icon The Worst Enemy J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1971 Z1262906 1971 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1971
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y separately published work icon The Brave Men J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1972 Z1263117 1972 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1972
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y separately published work icon This Ship Is Mine J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1972 Z1263220 1972 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1972
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y separately published work icon The Trap J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1972 Z1263237 1972 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1972
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y separately published work icon The Verge of Hell J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1972 Z1263256 1972 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1972
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y separately published work icon The Iron Claw J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1973 Z1263345 1973 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1973
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y separately published work icon The Dark of the Night J. E. Macdonnell , Sydney : Horwitz , 1975 Z1263458 1975 single work novel war literature adventure Sydney : Horwitz , 1975
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y separately published work icon The Liberty Men J. E. Macdonnell , Hong Kong : Horwitz , 1976 Z1263472 1976 single work novel war literature adventure Hong Kong : Horwitz , 1976
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y separately published work icon The Battle for Midway J. E. Macdonnell , Hong Kong : Horwitz , 1976 Z1263488 1976 single work novel war literature adventure Hong Kong : Horwitz , 1976
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y separately published work icon Standoff J. E. Macdonnell , Cammeray : Horwitz , 1977 Z1263756 1977 single work novel war literature adventure Cammeray : Horwitz , 1977
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y separately published work icon The Shadow J. E. Macdonnell , Hong Kong : Horwitz , 1977 Z1263812 1977 single work novel war literature adventure Hong Kong : Horwitz , 1977

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