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1916 | 2016 The Grey Seas of Jutland by W H Canaway now available on Amazon.

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2016 marks the Battle of Jutland centenary.

At the turn of the century in England the Wynne family, like so many others, are paying little attention to the shadows cast by the coming war.  

George Wynne's father wants his son to follow him in the church, but George is determined to make the Navy his career. The battle of Jutland is woven into this story, which reaches a climax and some sort of resolution when the fighting is over.

W H Canaway

William Hamilton Canaway, known as W.H. Canaway, also known as Bill Canaway, was the author of novels that combined adventure with natural history and a love of the outdoors. He was born in 1925 in Altrincham, Cheshire, England, UK, and died on 22 May 1988 (age 62) in Derbyshire, England, UK.[1]

Canaway's 1961 novel Sammy Going South was made into an adventure film in 1963.

As Bill Canaway, he co-wrote the screenplay for the 1965 film version of Len Deighton's The IPCRESS File.

The Literary Estate of WH Canaway is represented by Knight Features.