Today’s team review is from Liz, she blogs here https://lizannelloyd.wordpress.com/
Liz has been reading Jonah by Carl Rackman
When a U boat is spotted floating on the surface of the Atlantic in 1940 by a British destroyer, the remaining German crew accuse one of their shipmates of being a Jonah. Why then, in the Pacific in 1945, do the same events seem to be recurring on US Navy destroyer Brownlee?
The protagonist of this novel, “Lucky” Mitch Kirkham is introduced to us as he and his crewmates are involved in a terrifying battle with a continuous attack by Japanese Kamikaze pilots. For the second time in his naval career, Mitch survives while others are killed. He finds himself an outcast, distrusted, disliked and mistreated by his immediate superior. When his life is threatened he is befriended by Father McGready, who gives him some hope that he will return…
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