A gripping account of an Allied convoy's grim struggle to reach Murmansk During the Second World War the German Naval Command named Allied convoys after the U-Boat commander who sighted them first. Kapitanleutnant Johan Kleber sighted convoy JW137, bound for Murmansk, as it battered its way through the freezing storms of an Arctic winter and so "Kleber's Convoy" it became. The Admiralty intercept the U-Boat's signals and pass them to Lieutenant-Commander Redman of the destroyer VENGEFUL. The name of the U-Boat commander is a shock: a Hans Kleber had saved his life on a Swiss ski-slope, he had fallen in love with the German's sister and still reproached himself for her accidental death. Could this be the same man?
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Peter has been a working actor for over thirty years. In theatre he has played a wide range of roles, including rep all around the UK, and an active TV and film career. He has often chosen jobs involving travel. Most importantly (to him), Peter enjoyed a spell on the BBC Radio Rep. That all led to audiobooks, and his only regret about this is that he doesn't usually travel far to do it!
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2214156