[PDF / Epub] ☉ The Sailcloth Shroud By Charles Williams – Moi-sosedi.info

The Sailcloth Shroud The Man Nobody Knew Much About Was Buried At Sea He Had Been Middle Aged, An Almost Professional Sailor, And He Had Suffered A Heart Attach There Was Nothing In His Personal Effects To Suggest That He Might Have Possessed A Fortune.Of The Two Men Who Had Been Aboard With Him, One Was Dead Two Days After The Small Ketch Reached Port Dead By Murder The Other Man,, Captain And Owner Of The Boat, Was Suddenly The Object Of Intense Scrutiny By The Police And The FBI He Also Found Himself Under A Different And Less Subtle Pressure From An Underworld Gang That Was Determined To Discover A Secret He Didn T Know He Had Obviously His Life Depended On Finding Out The True Identity Of The Man He Had Buried At Sea, As Well As On Solving The Grisly Enigma Of His Death.


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10 thoughts on “The Sailcloth Shroud

  1. says:

    While maybe not quite as captivating as my previous Charles Williams read, A Touch of Death, this was still an excellent, non stop noir thriller, and I m now determined to read every novel of his that I can get my hands on.The story concerns Captain Stuart Rodgers, a lifelong sailor newly returned to the states after having purchas


  2. says:

    As with other Williams novels I ve read, this was very cleanly written, with a fast paced narrative that has plenty of suspense and bare knuckles action, and some romantic interest that never gets cloying or too sleazy.Williams is definitely a thinking person s Florida thriller writer If you want smart escapism with a 50s feel, look no furt


  3. says:

    I generally associate Charles Williams with Country Noir The first of his books I read was THE DIAMOND BIKINI and I love the film version of HELL HATH NO FURY The Hot Spot Both novels set in an Erskine Caldwell inspired South This is the first of his later sailing noirs that I ve read, although I did start DEAD CALM recently I hate to sound cliche,


  4. says:

    Funny how this happens I had just finished reading DEAD IN THE WATER by Stuart Woods, which has a man who dies of a heart attack while at sea resulting in a sea burial and the after effects Then I pick up this book and guess what Another heart attack burial at sea But a whole different sstory This story was originally published in 1959, but the only thing th


  5. says:

    Yay Pulp for sailors


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