Set sail on a comedic journey with Don't Go Near the Water by William Brinkley, published in 1956 by Random House. This hardcover book, complete with a dust jacket, spans 373 pages of humorous and adventurous storytelling.
The plot centers around a group of young naval officers in a public relations unit during the last days of World War II, stranded on a remote Pacific island. Brinkley, having served as a P.R. officer in the Navy during WWII, infuses his narrative with a realism that suggests a layer of truth beneath the humor.
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"Don't Go Near the Water" is more than just a novel; it's a humorous yet insightful glimpse into military life during World War II. It's a perfect blend of laughter, adventure, and a touch of historical realism, making it a must-read for fans of wartime humor and naval history.
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