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Pride Runs Deep

Author: R. Cameron Cooke
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440624773
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“A great submarine story, on a par with The Hunt for Red October.”—Nelson DeMille Shattered by surprise attack, the U.S. rebuilds its fleet at Pearl Harbor. And the badly damaged Submarine Division Seven holds the line against the Japanese Navy. Every enemy ship that slips through means more lives lost. Now it’s up to Lt. Commander Jack Tremain to whip into shape a hardluck boat that’s returned from what may be the worst patrol in history. The loss of even one more American sub could be devastating. But Tremain is determined to make the Japanese pay. Even if this is his last patrol ever.

Sink The Shigure

Author: R. Cameron Cooke
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440622908
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October 1943: Lt. Commander Jack Tremain returns to the Pacific theater. He’s recovered from his wounds, but not from the loss of his wife. Plunging back into sea duty, he takes on a new sub and a new mission—to intercept a Japanese tanker convoy. But when Tremain spots the Shigure—the Japanese destroyer that sank his beloved first command, the Seatrout—he declares his own personal war on the dreaded ship known as the “Submarine Killer.” As he relentlessly pursues the enemy warship through raging storms and dangerous waters, nothing can stop Tremain’s hell-bent obsession with sinking the Shigure—at any cost…

Rise To Victory

Author: R. Cameron Cooke
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440622830
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The acclaimed author of the USA Today bestseller Pride Runs Deep returns to the pulse-pounding depths of international suspense as an undersea war is waged… Returning from deployment in the Middle East, attack sub USS Providence has received emergency tasking orders only miles from homeport. The mission: head for Indonesia and evacuate U.S. citizens endangered by a violent rebellion. Positioned on the front lines of the war on terrorism, the hunters of the USS Providence are now the hunted as they become engaged with a rebel sub in an epic undersea duel. And only the victor can surface alive.

Thunder Below

Author: Eugene B. Fluckey
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252097440
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The thunderous roar of exploding depth charges was a familiar and comforting sound to the crew members of the USS Barb, who frequently found themselves somewhere between enemy fire and Davy Jones's locker. Under the leadership of her fearless skipper, Captain Gene Fluckey, the Barb sank the greatest tonnage of any American sub in World War II. At the same time, the Barb did far more than merely sink ships-she changed forever the way submarines stalk and kill their prey. This is a gripping adventure chock-full of "you-are-there" moments. Fluckey has drawn on logs, reports, letters, interviews, and a recently discovered illegal diary kept by one of his torpedomen. And in a fascinating twist, he uses archival documents from the Japanese Navy to give its version of events. The unique story of the Barb begins with its men, who had the confidence to become unbeatable. Each team helped develop innovative ideas, new tactics, and new strategies. All strove for personal excellence, and success became contagious. Instead of lying in wait under the waves, the USS Barb pursued enemy ships on the surface, attacking in the swift and precise style of torpedo boats. She was the first sub to use rocket missiles and to creep up on enemy convoys at night, joining the flank escort line from astern, darting in and out as she sank ships up the column. Surface-cruising, diving only to escape, "Luckey Fluckey" relentlessly patrolled the Pacific, driving his boat and crew to their limits. There can be no greater contrast to modern warfare's long-distance, videogame style of battle than the exploits of the captain and crew of the USS Barb, where they sub, out of ammunition, actually rammed an enemy ship until it sank. Thunder Below! is a first-rate, true-life, inspirational story of the courage and heroism of ordinary men under fire.

The Hunt For Red October

Author: Tom Clancy
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0425240339
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Here is the runaway bestseller that launched Tom Clancy's phenomenal career. A military thriller so gripping in its action and so convincing in its accuracy that the author was rumored to have been debriefed by the White House. Its theme: the greatest espionage coup in history. Its story: the chase for a top secret Russian missile sub. Lauded by the Washington Post as ?breathlessly exciting,” The Hunt for Red October remains a masterpiece of military fiction by one of the world's most popular authors, a man whose shockingly realistic scenarios continue to hold us in thrall.

The Commodore

Author: P. T. Deutermann
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250091756
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P. T. Deutermann's previous novels of the US Navy in World War II - Pacific Glory, Ghosts of Bungo Suido, and Sentinels of Fire - have been acclaimed by reviewers and readers for their powerful drama and authentic detail. In The Commodore, the Navy in 1942-1943 is fighting a losing battle against Japan for control of the Solomon Islands. Vice Admiral William "Bull" Halsey is tasked to change the course of the war. Halsey, a maverick, goes on the offensive and appoints a host of new destroyer commanders, including a wild-card named Harmon Wolf. An American Indian from a Minnesota reservation, Wolf has never fit in with the traditional Navy officer corps. But under Halsey, Wolf's aggressive tactics and gambling nature bring immediate results, and he is swiftly promoted to Commodore of an entire destroyer squadron. What happens next will change Wolf's life, career, and the fate of his ships forever. An epic story of courage, disaster, survival, and triumph that culminates in the pivotal battle of Vela Gulf, The Commodore is a masterful novel of an unlikely military hero.

Hostile Waters

Author: Peter A. Huchthausen
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312966126
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Presents the dramatic true story of sixty Russians who gave their lives to defuse an aging Soviet ballistic missile submarine off the coast of North Carolina in 1986. Reprint.

The Last Israelis

Author: Noah Beck
Publisher: Noah Beck
ISBN: 1482774372
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"In this gripping doomsday thriller "ripped from the headlines," Iran has threatened to destroy Israel while developing the nuclear capability to do so. Struck by a medical emergency, Israel's Prime Minister falls unconscious just as military action is needed to stop Iran's nukes. History is now up to 35 Israelis aboard the Dolphin -- a powerful submarine armed with nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles. Ship unity is crucial to mission success, but deep conflicts rise to the surface among crew members who are ethnically diverse and idealogically divided. On their subsequent voyage to Armageddon, the submariners must confront pulse-pounding threats at sea before facing an unthinkable dilemma. It will be the toughest decision of their lives -- and it will determine the fate of the MIddle East." -- Back cover.

Dust On The Sea

Author: Edward L. Beach
Publisher: Naval Institute Press
ISBN: 1612515452
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In 1972, following the huge success of Run Silent, Run Deep, Edward L. Beach's second novel of submarine warfare was published to great acclaim. Like its predecessor, Dust on the Sea was lauded for its authentic portrayal of what it meant to be a submariner during the desperate years of World War II. Tense, dramatic and rich in technical and tactical detail, the book draws on Beach's experience as a submariner in the US Navy to describe the commander and crew of the fictitious USS Eel as they battle overwhelming odds to destroy Japanese ships and save American lives. With no margin for error, the men withstand storms, depth charges and even hand-to-hand combat to defend their boat and themselves. Mistakes, as the title reminds us, result in the debris which serves as a brief grave maker for sunken ships: dust on the sea.


Author: Deborah Hopkinson
Publisher: Scholastic Press
ISBN: 9780545425582
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The story of America's little known war-within-a war -- that of the "silent service" -- U.S. submarine warfare during World War II.