To kill the Potemkin

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Penguin Group USA, Jul 7, 1987 - Fiction - 319 pages
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It is a deadly game of cat and mouse. The Barracuda, the most advanced attack submarine in the U.S. undersea arsenal is hunting the Soviet's amazing sonar-proof underwater nuclear weapon, Potemkin. And what starts out as a simple show of Superpower bravado soon escalates into an all-out nuclear showdown. "A deadly thriller...taut, seaworthy, plausible...more thrilling than The Hunt for Red October.--Kirkus Reviews. Fine, Inc.

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Mark Joseph is president of MJM Entertainment Group and has had a varied career in the entertainment business as a multi-media journalist and entertainment executive. He is the author of The Rock & Roll Rebellion: Why People of Faith Abandoned Rock Music and Why They're Coming Back. He lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and children.

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