The Spy in Black by Joseph Storer Clouston, Fiction, Action & Adventure, Suspense, War & Military by J. Storer CloustonThe Spy in Black by Joseph Storer Clouston, Fiction, Action & Adventure, Suspense, War & Military by J. Storer Clouston

The Spy in Black by Joseph Storer Clouston, Fiction, Action & Adventure, Suspense, War & Military

byJ. Storer Clouston

Paperback | June 1, 2011

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If any one had been watching the bay that August night (which, fortunately for us, there was not), they would have seen up till an hour after midnight as lonely and peaceful a scene as if it had been some inlet in Greenland. The war might have been waging on another planet. The segment of a waning moon was just rising, but the sky was covered with clouds, except right overhead where a bevy of stars twinkled, and it was a dim though not a dark night. The sea was as flat and calm as you can ever get on an Atlantic coast -- a glassy surface, but always a gentle regular bursting of foam upon the beach. In a semicircle the shore rose black, towering at either horn (and especially on the south) into high dark cliffs.

It was wartime, and I was preparing to infiltrate the enemy. A serious, serious moment.

Joseph Storer Clouston (1870 - 1944) was a Scottish author and historian. Soon after embarking on a career as a writer, he published one of his most popular novels, The Lunatic at Large. He was also a historian, author of a great history of Orkney, a founding member and second president of the Orkney Antiquarian Society and a Fellow of...
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Title:The Spy in Black by Joseph Storer Clouston, Fiction, Action & Adventure, Suspense, War & MilitaryFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:152 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.35 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 0.35 inPublished:June 1, 2011Publisher:Alan Rodgers BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1463800053

ISBN - 13:9781463800055

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If any one had been watching the bay that August night (which, fortunately for us, there was not), they would have seen up till an hour after midnight as lonely and peaceful a scene as if it had been some inlet in Greenland. The war might have been waging on another planet. The segment of a waning moon was just rising, but the sky was covered with clouds, except right overhead where a bevy of stars twinkled, and it was a dim though not a dark night. The sea was as flat and calm as you can ever get on an Atlantic coast -- a glassy surface, but always a gentle regular bursting of foam upon the beach. In a semicircle the shore rose black, towering at either horn (and especially on the south) into high dark cliffs.It was wartime, and I was preparing to infiltrate the enemy. A serious, serious moment.