The Mary Deare was a 6000-ton freighter, which for forty years had tramped the seas, been shipwrecked and torpedoed during the war. Then one night she emerges from the Bay of Biscay after severe gales and is propelled into the newspaper headlines as a ship of mystery and tragedy.
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