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3 current holds with 2 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Detroit Lakes Public Library FOR (Text) 33500013297916 New Checked out 11/20/2020
Fertile Public Library FOR (Text) 33500013297924 New Checked out 11/20/2020

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780143133865
  • ISBN: 0143133861
  • ISBN: 9780525506096
  • ISBN: 0525506098
  • ISBN: 9781405939034
  • ISBN: 1405939036
  • Physical Description: 261 pages ; 20 cm
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Penguin Books, 2019.

Content descriptions

General Note:
First published in the United States of America by Little, Brown in 1955.
Summary, etc.:
"The mission of Commander George Krause of the United States Navy is to protect a convoy of thirty-seven merchant ships making their way across the icy North Atlantic from America to England. There, they will deliver desperately needed supplies, but only if they can make it through the wolfpack of German submarines that awaits and outnumbers them in the perilous seas. For forty eight hours, Krause will play a desperate cat and mouse game against the submarines, combating exhaustion, hunger, and thirst to protect fifty million dollars' worth of cargo and the lives of three thousand men. Acclaimed as one of the best novels of the year upon publication in 1955, The Good Shepherd is a riveting classic of WWII and naval warfare from one of the 20th century's masters of sea stories." -- Provided by publisher.
Author Notes

C. S. Forester was born in Cairo in 1899. After studying medicine, he rose to fame with tales of naval warfare. On the outbreak of World War II he worked for the British Ministry of Information in America writing propaganda. His most notable works were the twelve Horatio Hornblower books, depicting a Royal Navy officer during the Napoleonic era, and The African Queen. His novels A Ship of the Line and Flying Colours were jointly awarded the 1938 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction. He died in 1966.

Subject: World War, 1939-1945 > Naval operations > Fiction.
Military operations, Naval.
Genre: Sea stories.
Sea stories.
Fiction.
Sea stories.
War stories.

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