Voyage of the Devilfish

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D.I. Fine, 1992 - Fiction - 351 pages
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A confrontation of nuclear submarines just 200 miles off the American coast is the scenario of this riveting novel by a former U.S. Navy submarine officer. At the center of the deadly conflict are two men on a mission: One wants to find his father's killer, while the other wants to destroy glastnost and provoke a war. The ensuing underwater chases and battles build to a stunning showdown.

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Last-gasp cold war hostilities provide an American submarine commander the opportunity to avenge his father's death. Authentic naval detail distinguishes the debut of the author, an Annapolis graduate ... Read full review

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Russian admiral Alexi Novskoyy, a hardline Communist who commands the Soviet Northern Submarine Fleet, wants to resume the Cold War by starting a hot one. Aboard the most advanced Soviet sub ... Read full review


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