Sherry Sontag, Christopher Drew, Annette Lawrence Drew Message Board
Andrei Bergthold posts on 11/2/2006 5:59:29 PM
I would like to know more about this material but I'm coming up empty in searching the web. Can you tell me about it or recommend a place to look?
William Conrad Lawson posts on 2/8/2006 4:20:14 PM
On p. 297 of of Blind Man's Bluff, published by Perseus Public Affairs, 352 pages, a mention is made of a 1951 fight between a US Navy surface ship and a sub. That no information is available now. I remember the incident in the US media at the time. The official release was that a US destroyer had depth charged an old hulk of a wreck lying on the bottom. Later that year I had occasion to talk with a crewmember of that destroyer. I forget the destroyer's name. He said that's the first time anyone chased a sunken wreck for 50 miles.
wylie donald posts on 11/11/2005 7:06:56 AM
If I sent you a dozen copies of your book would you autograph them for me so I could give to friends and clients.
Tatiana posts on 5/19/2005 7:58:57 AM
Dear Sherry! Tried to e-mail you but the messages failed. Would you be so kind as to send me the check message to email@example.com? Waiting very much for your answer and eager to discuss a lot of things. Tatiana
Tatiana posts on 5/13/2005 12:49:39 PM
in finally being published in Russian.
email me at sherry at panix dot com and I'll be happy to discuss.
Tatiana posts on 5/13/2005 6:24:41 AM
Dear Miss Sontag! I was very much impressed by your book and couldn't keep my tears. Any plans as to translating it into other languages? I would be vey much interested in translating it into russian as I'm a publisher myself. Have some more ideas, please write me.
Laurie posts on 2/14/2005 7:05:06 PM
Blind Man's Bluff refers to a "Tommy" Cox and the ballads he wrote while on sub duty. Can anyone tell me if such an album really exists and where I can get it?
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