Hunted by Philip McCutchan
(A Donald Cameron Naval Thriller)

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A secret radio broadcast warns that Hitler’s newest and most powerful battleship the Attila, is moving in the for the kill under the cover of fog and snowstorms.

Its target, the liners Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, now doing duty as troop ships crossing the North Atlantic.

Cameron commanding the destroyer Glenshiel must outwit an unseen enemy … positioning himself between the battleship and its prey in a split-second game of hide, seek and destroy.

But with the British fleet out at sea and communication lines down, it becomes harder and harder to distinguish between friend and foe.

On the Glenshiel itself seeds of discord are sown by tensions amongst the men and distressing news of events at home.

A resentful actor, a navyman recently betrayed by his wife’s affair and a power hungry officer are but a few of the characters ensnared in this tragic nightmare at sea.

Cameron weighs up the lives of his men and his duty to the Royal Navy. Will they make the ultimate sacrifice?

“McCutchan’S tightest, most inviting plot.” — Kirkus Reviews

“A first rate adventure series.” — Publishers Weekly

This book was previously published as Cameron's Chase.

Philip McCutchan (1920-1996) grew up in the naval atmosphere of Portsmouth Dockyard and developed a lifetime's interest in the sea. Military history was an early interest resulting in several fiction books, from amongst his large output, about the British Army and its campaigns, especially in the last 150 years.

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Published March 17, 2016 by Endeavour Press. 176 pages
Genres: History, Action & Adventure, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction