Submarine by Stella Benson audiobook

Submarine

By Stella Benson
Read by Cathy Dobson

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0.22 Hours Unabridged
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When Vi and Amos go diving for the first time in the West Indies, they hope to explore the recent wreck of a smuggling ship. Once underwater, Vi struggles to remember who the man up on the surface, pumping air down to their diving suits, reminds her of. Suddenly she realizes. He is Nana’s son! Nana, the housekeeper who Amos sacked for stealing. And Nana’s son had vowed to get even with them. Vi searches frantically among the coral for Amos and struggles to make him understand what has happened. But every time she tries to scream, she senses the lack of air in her diving helmet …

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When Vi and Amos go diving for the first time in the West Indies, they hope to explore the recent wreck of a smuggling ship. Once underwater, Vi struggles to remember who the man up on the surface, pumping air down to their diving suits, reminds her of. Suddenly she realizes. He is Nana’s son! Nana, the housekeeper who Amos sacked for stealing. And Nana’s son had vowed to get even with them.

Vi searches frantically among the coral for Amos and struggles to make him understand what has happened. But every time she tries to scream, she senses the lack of air in her diving helmet …

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Author Bio: Stella Benson

Author Bio: Stella Benson

Stella Benson (1892–1933) was an English feminist, novelist, poet, and travel writer. Stella spent the winter of 1913–14 in the West Indies, which provided material for her first novel, I Pose. Living in London, she became involved in women’s suffrage, as had her older female relatives. During World War I, she supported the troops by gardening and by helping poor women in London’s East End at the Charity Organisation Society. These efforts inspired Benson to write the novels, This Is the End and Living Alone. She also published her first volume of poetry, Twenty, in 1918.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Classics
Runtime: 0.22
Audience: Adult
Language: English