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free read North Star ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Hammond Innes ´ 6 summary summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Hammond Innes An obsolete and dangerous drilling platform anchored precariously off the Shetland Islands This is where Randall takes his stand Innes is a master storyteller T A salvaged shipA remote location in ShetlandEnigmatic womenA search for a fatherOil rigsCrime sabotage and a trialA storm in the oceanAll the typical ingredients of an Innes mystery adventureYou ll need a good map of Shetland to follow this story closely I love the Innes protagonists a man s man that knows how to weld salvage ships and pilot them through the worst storms

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free read North Star ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Hammond Innes ´ 6 summary summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Hammond Innes He vividness of his settings the shaping of his characters and the control of his plots all contribute to a fantastic body of fiction B O T Editorial Review Boa I was presently surprised by this book I didn t know anything about it and picked it up at a book swap I also don t know anything about sea life but I enjoyed learning a little about it while reading this book The background stories and connections within the characters was interesting and kept me interested throughout the book

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free read North Star ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Hammond Innes ´ 6 summary summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Hammond Innes Michael Randall is a man in a hurry Desperate to succeed he seeks his fortune in the oil sands far beneath the North Sea At the story's center is the Northstar This book was a bit of a tall order since it reuired me to deal with a lot of oil technology and shipping vocabulary But I found the tone to be typically Innes with the loner seeking to live his life on his own terms and by his own set of ethical standards There always is some menace lurking to mess things up and which is revealed in a pleasing manner over the course of the story The strength of the book is definitely the plot its twists and turns and the location setting in the North Sea area Some aspects of the book might seem a bit dated but would you consider that a criticism of a classic work by eg Dickens I think not if anything it hearkens back to a time that I actually lived through The connections to World War II were interesting as well Even the villians are not cookie cutter ones but have some complexity in their motivations