Rites of War

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Jove Books, 1998 - Fiction - 342 pages
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A chilling scenario of the ultimate military crisis, "Rites of War" portrays the sudden rise of a new Germany in the post-Cold War. National Security Agent Jerush Bailey is scheduled for two weeks of active duty in England - when all hell breaks loose. America and North Korea hold each other accountable for the torpedo attacks in the Yellow Sea. But Bailey, with her background in geopolitics, senses a hidden strategy behind the international incident. As warships converge across the globe, the command of the USS "Rammage" falls into Bailey's hands. So, too, does the fate of the world. For she alone must go one-on-one with the brilliant commander of a German U-boat...and prevent a full-scale war unlike anything the world has ever seen.

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C.A. Mobley reached the rank of Commanding Officer in the U.S. Navy, and served time aboard the USS Kitty Hawk, the USS Jouett, the USS Puller, the USS Lockwood, the USS Lake Champlain, and the USS Tarawa. She has also specialized in carrier battle group and anti-submarine warfare operations. She is the author of the novels Rules of Command, Code of Conflict, and Rites of War.

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