The Passage

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 15, 1997 - Fiction - 560 pages
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The Navy's most sophisticated destroyer, the USS Barrett carries a top-secret computer that can pilot an unmanned ship and send it into battle. As the weapons officer charged with its first mission Lieutenant Dan Lenson has a chance to make naval history.

But when the system develops a sinister virus and a sailor takes his own life amid ugly allegations, Lenson finds himself caught in a web of betrayal. Now, on the treacherous Windward Passage between the U.S. and Cuba, he'll undergo the ultimate test of honor and faith-- one that could cost him his career, his ship, and even his life.

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Review: The Passage (Dan Lenson #4)

User Review  - Doug McCoy - Goodreads

I served with Poyer in the reserves...I enjoyed the everyday details of Navy life in this book. I don't know how realistic it is to have all the things happen to Lenson as they do throughout this series, but it is a great read. Read full review

About the author (1997)

David Poyer, bestselling author of The Circle, The Gulf, and The Med, has written a terrifying odyssey of naval courage and determination that blows Clancy and Coonts out of the water.

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