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Reeman, Douglas (Edward)

REEMAN, Douglas (Edward)

REEMAN, Douglas (Edward). Also writes as Alexander Kent. British, b. 1924. Genres: Novels. Career: Writer. Publications: A Prayer for the Ship, 1958; High Water, 1959; Send a Gunboat, 1960; Dive in the Sun, 1961; The Hostile Shore, 1962; The Last Raider, 1963; With Blood and Iron, 1964; H.M.S. Saracen, 1965; Path of the Storm, 1966; The Deep Silence, 1967; The Pride and the Anguish, 1968; To Risks Unknown, 1969; The Greatest Enemy, 1970; Against the Sea, 1971; Rendezvous-South Atlantic, 1972; Go in and Sink!, 1973; The Destroyers, 1974; Winged Escort, 1975; Surface with Daring, 1976; Strike from the Sea, 1978; A Ship Must Die, 1979; Torpedo Run, 1981; Badge of Glory, 1982; The First to Land, 1984; D-Day; A Personal Reminiscence, 1984; The Volunteers, 1985; The Iron Pirate, 1986; In Danger's Hour, 1988; The White Guns, 1989; Killing Ground, 1991; The Horizon, 1993; Sunset, 1994; A Dawn Like Thunder, 1996; Battle- cruiser, 1997; Dust on the Sea, 1999; For Valour, 2000; Twelve Seconds to Live, 2002. AS ALEXANDER KENT: To Glory We Steer, 1968; Form Line of Battle!, 1969; Enemy in Sight, 1970; The Flag Captain, 1971; Sloop of War, 1972; Command a King's Ship, 1973; Signal-Close Action, 1975; Richard Bolitho: Midshipman, 1975; Passage to Mutiny, 1976; In Gallant Company, 1977; Midshipman Bolitho and the "Avenger," 1978; The Inshore Squadron, 1978; Stand into Danger, 1980; A Tradition of Victory, 1981; Success to the Brave, 1983; Colours Aloft!, 1986; Honour This Day, 1987; With All Despatch, 1988; The Only Victor, 1990; Beyond the Reef, 1992; The Darkening Sea, 1993; For My Country's Freedom, 1995; Cross of St. George, 1996; Sword of Honour, 1998; Second to None, 1999; Relentless Pursuit, 2001; Man of War, 2003. Address: c/o PFD, Drury House, 34-43 Russell St, London WC2B 5HA, England.

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