About the Book:
All the Ship's Men
Just weeks before the largest amphibious assault in history, the Canadian destroyer HMCS Athabaskan was sunk off the French coast by a German warship on April 29th, 1944. Through interviews with survivors, All the Ship’s Men gives a first-hand account of the harrowing events that was Canada’s largest naval disaster due to surface action in World War II.
About the Author:
Sherry J. Pringle
Sherry J. Pringle is a fine artist who works in acrylic, collage and mixed media. An art instructor and lecturer she is Past President of Gallery 121 in Belleville, Ontario. Her works can be found in private collections, public buildings and museums, both home and abroad, including Juno Beach Center, France and Fort Montbarey, Brest, France. Her website is:
Pringle lives with her husband Larry in Napanee, not far from where her Uncle Moe used to fish and learned to skate on the Napanee River.
For more about the author, Sherry Pringle, see "All the Ship's Men," written by Brian Johnson and published in the April 2013 issue of Thousand Islands Life Magazine.