Echo Class

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Penguin, Feb 3, 2009 - Fiction - 352 pages
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From the bestselling author, comes the second book in the naval military series, Class, that will have readers holding their breath as they turn to the next page.

When the destroyer USS Dale is ordered to hunt down and track the Soviet Echo class submarine K-122, two professional, but adversarial nations find themselves in a saber-rattling battle of wits and wiles that finds them one step away from the precarious, invisible line the could spark World War III.

“Meadows will keep you turning pages and thinking new thoughts.”—Newt Gingrich

“When Meadows’ men set sail, it’s sure to be a mission like no other.”—W.E.B. Griffin

“An absorbing, compelling look at America’s future. Visionary, scary. Great battle scenes, believable heroes, plus villains you’ll love to hate!”—Joe Buff, author Tidal Rip

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David E. Meadows is a retired captain of the United States Navy and the author of numerous military thrillers such as Sixth Fleet, Seawolf, and Tomcat. Meadows has a Bachelor of Science degree in Arabic/Middle East Studies with a minor in French. He also has an MBA and an MS in National Resource Strategy. He and his wife Felicity live in Maryland.

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