Perma Books # M-4057. Spine slanted, covers somewhat creased, corners bumped, some edge wear. 1" mostly closed tear at bottom of back cover. Date stamped on ffep. Spine cracked about page 120, but all text still attached. Glue a bit fragile.
"This is the story of H.M.S. Ulysses, a light cruiser on heavy duty in the Arctic. . . a ship in disgrace, manned by a crew pushed beyond human endurance. A few days after a murderous voyage the Ulysses was ordered back in convoy on the Murmansk run. Without respite, the crew once again faced 60-below-zero temperature, howling Arctic winds, 20-hour duty on deck. The skies were owned by Stukas, the seas by U-boats. The crew, old men under twenty, would have traded their souls for a good night's sleep. The next six days would be filled with agonizing terror, battles, blood and horror. Here is the story of those six days."; 5¾" - 6¾" Tall