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writer Alfred Nestor This story as in the last features Commander John Hurst RN DSMBar The story begins inAlfred Nestor This story as in the last features Commander John Hurst RN DSMBar The story begins in 2 Liverpool England where Commander Hurst has been back in Liverpool for some months after completing a rather complex peration ut in the Irish Sea where he had been able to locate and destroy a secret U Boat base Giant Peach Yodel on a little Islandff the coast Sinai and Zion of the Irish Republic As in the previous volume this covers cat and mouse chasing between U boats and the destroyersf the British Navy Alfred Nestor is to be applauded for his uniue talent in
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