Seawife Author:J.M. Scott On March 7, 1951, the following announcement appeared in the Personal Column of the London Daily Telegraph: — "Sea-wyf. Home at last. Please get in touch. BISCUIT" — Sea-Wyf wsa silent. Then came the threat: — "Sea-Wyf. Intend to find you by publishing story of Fourteen Weeks and Number Four. BISCUIT" — But, for whatever reason, Sea-Wyf remained sil... more »ent. Then, five weks after the first appeal to her, this announcementwas printed in the same column;
"Publisher required for war story of three men of authority and one woman adrift 14 weeks on float in Indian Ocean. Survivirs parted with necknames only and compact to forget. "Were they right?" theme P.R. 14672.
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This is that book, a dramatic novel of love and hate, of revenge and murder of which the New York TIMES said: "...we doubt if ou'll be able to refrain reading right through to the end."« less