Scorpion in the Sea

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Macmillan, Feb 15, 1994 - Fiction - 582 pages
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On a calm night off the Florida coast, a fishing boat vanishes without a trace. Something deadly is hiding in U.S. waters, and the Navy brass would rather bury the truth than face it.

It's Montgomery's war now. Brash and unconventional, Mike Montgomery is hardly regulation Navy. At his side, Diane Martinson, the Chief of Staff's wife-smart, tough...and his lover. Under his command, the USS Goldsborough-a WWII-era destroyer thundering toward a showdown of water and fire.

With the arrival of P.T. Deutermann-retired Navy captain, former arms control negotiator within the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and ex-commander of at destroyer squadron-today's naval thriller just climbed to a whole new level.
  

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What a GRAND way to loose two days....!! Could NOT put it down... PT Deutermann has a very unique way of putting the English language together in story fashion that very few people can manage... He is indeed among the great story tellers... My personal project is now to read ALL of his writings!!!! THANKS, PT!! Gordon McCoy(Capt, Ret, Airbus, A-320) 

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User Review  - Stephanie Moglia - Goodreads

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

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About the author (1994)

P.T. Deutermann is the author of The Edge of Honor and Official Privilege. A retired Navy captain who commanded ships at sea and served in Washington, D.C., Deutermann lives with his wife on a farm in Georgia.

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