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Classic Spy Tales and Epic Sea Adventures

Classic Spy Tales and Epic Sea Adventures

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"Jack Fitzgerald's Treasury of Newfoundland Stories, Volume III: Classic Spy Tales and Epic Sea Adventures the 41st book by Jack Fitzgerald. It is a stunning collection of true Newfoundland stories every bit as gripping and compelling as the title suggests.Organized into three sections, Part I chronicles the many spy stories, supporting the deep involvement of German intelligence efforts and attacks in and around Newfoundland and Labrador during World War II.Part II contains an extraordinary collection of Newfoundland's most exciting and classic sea stories, including sea disasters, unique sea tales and remarkable and bizarre sea encounters involving Newfoundland seamen and creatures.Part III concentrates on some unique cloak and dagger type spying activities and German naval intrusions against Newfoundland and Labrador throughout World War I. The lost Spring Rice Document plays an important role in this section.A must have for home libraries, The Treasury of Newfoundland Stories series is an extensive collection of true Newfoundland stories, folklore and offbeat narratives for Newfoundlanders at home and abroad to collect. "

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"Jack Fitzgerald was born in St. John's, Newfoundland and educated at Holy Cross School, Bishop Eustace High School (New Jersey), the College of Trades and Technology and Memorial University. During his career he has been a journalist, a feature writer and political columnist with the St. John's Daily News; a reporter and public affairs writer with CJON and VOCM news services; and editor of The Newfoundland Herald and The Newfoundland Chronicle. During the Smallwood administration, he was Assistant Director of Public Relations with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. "

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