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Nicholas Monsarrat was born in Liverpool, England, on 22nd March 1910 the son of a distinguished surgeon. After leaving Cambridge with a law degree he became a solicitor but soon became disillusioned and threw the job in order to write. He moved to London and lived in a small bedsit whilst writing articles for periodicals and magazines. His early novels were well received but it was with his best known novel The Cruel Sea that met with real commercial success which made him a wealthy man, though he did continue working as a civil servant. Monsarrat passed away in 1979 whilst working on the second volume of his masterpiece The Master Mariner.
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Title   Date
Think of Tomorrow Blackett 1934
At First Sight Blackett 1935
The Whipping Boy Jarrolds 1936
This is the Schoolroom Cassell 1939
The Cruel Sea Cassell 1951
The Story of Esther Costello Cassell 1953
Castle Garac USA 1955,UK Pan paperback 1968
The Tribe that Lost its Head Cassell 1956
The Nylon Pirates Cassell 1960
The White Rajah Cassell 1961
The Pillow Fight Cassell 1965
Richer than all his Tribe Cassell 1968
The Kapillan of Malta Cassell 1973
The Master Mariner Vol 1 Cassell 1978
The Master Mariner Vol 2 Cassell 1980

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