1930; P.F. Collier & Son publishers, New York; hardbound in green textured boards with gilt stamp lettering and decor on cover and spine; quite good condition with minimal ageing and foxing; strong binding; no dust jacket.


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1930. From the internationally renowned journalist Lowell Thomas comes the story of the ill-starred ship The Dumaru and the fate of her crew. Contents: The Man with the Scarred Face; There Was a Curse Upon Her; Captain, Mate, and Engineer; Graveyard Shaw and George the Greek; From Quarter Deck to Fire Hole They Cursed and Fought; Quiet Prelude Before Catastrophe; She Blows Up Off Guam; The Change of the Trade Wind; We Give Up Hope; The Thirteenth Day-The Madness and Death of Graveyard Shaw; The Body of the Chief Engineer; Honolulu Pete, and the Suicide of Holmes; There Can't Be Any Land-It's All Gone Under the Sea; Safe on the Island of Samar; We Decide to Keep Our Secret; Big Karl Gives Us Away; and The Return of the Survivors. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

THE WRECK OF THE DUMARU, A Story of Cannibalism In An Open Boat by Lowell Thomas

SKU: BS122h