Red Sky at Night: A Novel

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Fiction - 459 pages
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Bernie Sharpe has tried to develop a totally 'stealth' submarine since his Naval Academy days at Annapolis. Now an admiral, he's close to achieving that goal. However, it soon becomes evident that someone or some group is passing U.S. Navy secrets to the Red Chinese. Dan Lincoln, a journalist and former Navy submarine sonarman, covers the military scene on Capitol Hill and the Pentagon for Pacific & Asia News Service, a Washington-based newswire service. In the course of his job, Dan stumbles on to what he believes is a connection between the murder of a colleague from his previous newspaper job in Honolulu with the operation of a spy ring stealing Navy submarine developments for the Peoples Republic of China. Routine investigations and his new friendship with Admiral Sharpe eventually lead him to Beijing, Hong Kong and two very important tours of temporary active duty as a Defense Department accredited correspondent on ships of the U.S. Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. There a real wartime showdown between U.S. and Red Chinese forces takes place in undersea waters off Taiwan. Politics, spies, romance and an ending you'll stay awake waiting to learn make RED SKY AT NIGHT this year's hottest new thriller.

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