Scarborough, 1934. John Fastolf, rakish heir to a Dukedom, has sponsored a tunny fishing contest. The young journalist Martha Gellhorn is covering the event for the London gossip papers. And quiet little Henny Rosefield has arrived in town with Zane Grey, author and expert mountain man of the Wild West. The international craze for hunting giant tuna has swept the North Yorkshire coast, and huge yachts have transformed the harbour into something like Monte Carlo. Over them all towers The Dazzle, resplendent in jagged stripes of black, white, and blue
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