Scorpion in the Sea: The Goldsborough Incident

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George Mason University Press, 1992 - Fiction - 464 pages
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The skipper of an obsolete destroyer is at first skeptical about the strange sightings and unexplained events off the coast of Florida. The East-Bloc threat has passed--and others don't have the technical capabilities to challenge the U.S.--or do they? The answer lies in the Goldsborough's horrific confrontation with the unseen intruders in this fast-paced, suspenseful post-Cold War naval thriller.

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Scorpion in the sea: the Goldsborough incident

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In a post-Cold War navy, where admirals believe their primary duty is to avoid controversy, outspoken Commander Mike Montgomery finds himself banished to an obsolete destroyer fit only for short ... Read full review

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This book took me a long time to read. With all of Deutermann's other books, I've been hooked instantly; that was not the case here. The beginning was very reminiscent of the Hunt for Red October ... Read full review

About the author (1992)

P. T. DEUTERMANN spent twenty-six years in military and government service before retiring to begin his writing career. He is the author of thirteen novels and lives with his wife in North Carolina.

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