The Mercy of the Puddles

Ron Gillespie

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For readers who are yachtsmen, sailors, or deep-sea fishermen, Childers’s depiction of the joys, hardships, and terrors of the sea and the skills needed to master the oceanic forces are stunningly vivid, authentic, and insightful. The hero is probably a genuine member of the upper classes, even if he is a fake diplomat, but one suspects his diplomatic role gives him an entree far beyond that of a typical British Gentleman. Genre, as you might guess from the way it sounds, comes straight from French, a language based on Latin.

Pages: 348

Publisher: iUniverse (June 30, 2000)

ISBN: 0595099483

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