Hell at Sea - eBook  -     By: Naomi C. Desiderio
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Tate Publishing / 2007 / ePub

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An American woman taken prisoner by a Nazi German U-boat during World War II? Unbelievable! Just another post-war rumor circulating among historians. That is, until Steve Anderson locates 62-year-old Mary Ann Connor Carlino. In Hell at Sea, the former captive reluctantly agrees to an interview and recounts the nightmare voyage she made as an eighteen-year-old nursing school student aboard the U-115, under the command of Kapitaenleutnant Herbert Ketter in March 1942. Sail with Mary Ann - through her vivid memory - on her perilous, four-week odyssey and witness how faith in God gradually saves her sanity and gives her the courage to reach out to the enemy captain and his men. Find out why it truly was Hell at Sea.

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Tate Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
ISBN: 9781622958221
ISBN-13: 9781622958221
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That is, until Steve Anderson locates 62-year-old Mary Ann Connor Carlino. In Hell at Sea by N.C. Desiderio, the former captive reluctantly agrees to an interview and recounts the nightmare voyage she made as an eighteen-year-old nursing school student aboard the U-115, under the command of Kapitaenleutnant Herbert Ketter in March 1942. Sail with Mary Ann - through her vivid memory - on her perilous, four-week odyssey and witness how faith in God gradually saves her sanity and gives her the courage to reach out to the enemy captain and his men. Find out why it truly was Hell at Sea.

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