|Statement||by Paul Ableman ; based on the BBC-TV series created by Robert Banks Stewart and Richard Harris.|
|Contributions||British Broadcasting Corporation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard's Most Daring Sea Rescue: Tougias, Michael J., Sherman, Casey: : Books/5(). I put my ear to the door and listened. Not a sound. I'd already noted that there was no light showing under the door. Was it safe? I had. BBC Books published two novels written by Paul Ableman, Shoestring () and Shoestring's Finest Hour (). Shoestring was repeated on terrestrial television in January , with 14 of the 21 episodes being shown airing back to back on daytime BBC One. However, due to scheduling, between six and eight minutes of footage was cut from every d by: Robert Banks Stewart, Richard Harris. 1 Book 1 Valley (): The Finest Hours Discussion Guide – Margherita M. Desy, Project Humanist Page 1 THE FINEST HOURS – Michael J. Tougias & Casey Sherman Discussion Guide 1. Authors Tougias & Sherman begin The Finest Hours with a quote from A Trip Around Cape Cod () by the author, a self-title “ape od oy”, Ezra G. Perry: “The sea is master here – aMissing: Shoestrings.
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The Finest Hours, by Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman is a true story. It is a book about exceptional human bravery and true heroism. It is based on an event, or rather, a series of events, that happened off the eastern seaboard of the United States in It is a book that I found hard to put down, once I’d started reading it. Their Finest Hour is part of the epic six-volume account of World War II told from the viewpoint of a man who led in the fight against tyranny, and enriched with extensive primary sources including memos, letters, orders, speeches, and telegrams, day-by-day accounts of reactions as the drama intensifies. Throughout these volumes, we listen as strategies and counterstrategies unfold in response to Hitler’s Reviews: Paddington's Finest Hour is both sweet and nostalgic, and made a nice break from more serious reading. Whilst it is enjoyable, it is not my favourite inclusion in the series by any means; I feel that some of the earlier books have a little more substance than this did.4/5(33). Now, the best stories of the saga are collected in one Omni-Trade volume, including work by New York Times best-selling writers David Weber, Mercedes Lackey and S. M. Stirling, military science fiction grand master David Drake, and Laumer himself, who recount the exploits of the dauntless Bolos in Their Finest g: Shoestrings.