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by Tristan Jones
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Dutch Treat has been added to your Cart. British author Jones, who died in 1995, is perhaps best remembered for 14 autobiographical books recounting the seafaring adventures of a one-legged blue-water sailor (Seagulls in My Soup: Further Adventures of a Wayward Sailor).
Dutch Treat has been added to your Cart. His third work of fiction, originally published in England in 1979, is a wartime thriller telling of a bizarre special mission by British operatives during the early days of WWII. In 1940, the French and British are evacuating the chaotic beaches at Dunkirk, hammered by German panzers and the Luftwaffe.
Arthur Jones, pen name Tristan Jones (8 May 1929 – 21 June 1995) was a British mariner and author. He spent most of his life at sea, first in the British Royal Navy, and then sailing in small yachts for various purposes, including self-appointed adventure trips. Starting in 1977, he wrote sixteen books and many articles about sailing and his adventures, including several memoirs. His writing, while highly entertaining, often mixes fact and fiction
Arthur Jones, pen name Tristan Jones was a prolific English author and mariner. His stories, mostly about sailing, are a combination of both fact and fiction, and it is rather difficult to tell these apart.
Arthur Jones, pen name Tristan Jones was a prolific English author and mariner. He was an illegitimate child, and was raised mainly in orphanages.
The Dutch Treat Club, New York, New York . David E. McGraw, New York Times lawyer, discusses his current book, Truth in our Times: Inside the Fight for Press Freedom. The Dutch Treat Club. King George V comes to the Dutch Treat Club, in the persona of our speaker, noted actor SIMON JONES, who portrays the King in the just-released hit film, Downton Abbey.
Jones, Tristan, 1924-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on September 19, 2011.
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He apparently has read several books by this author. He originally wanted a hard-back but I got this one not realizing. Great job on a great book!
Tristan Jones was born at sea aboard his father's sailing ship off of the cape of Tristan da Cunha.
Tristan Jones was born at sea aboard his father's sailing ship off of the cape of Tristan da Cunha. He joined the Royal Navy at the age of fourteen, and spent his entire life at sea. He sailed a record 400,000 miles during his career with the navy and on a delivery yacht and has gone on several ambitious journeys on his own small ships. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, scanning or any information storage retrieval system, without explicit permission in writing from the Author. This book is a work of fiction.
For his first novel, Jones (The Incredible Voyage) has gone all out, dishing up a boisterously energetic plot that combines a heist caper with a chase adventure, a survival-at-sea saga with a salute to Dunkirk - enough action for two or three movies at least.
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