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Deep Silence Douglas Reeman

Deep Silence By Douglas Reeman

Deep Silence by Douglas Reeman


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Summary

HMS Temeraire is the latest, most advanced nuclear submarine in the British fleet. When her trials are cut short and she is ordered to the Far East to reinforce the fleet against a threat from Red China, her captain, David Jermain, knows that this is no routine exercise in flag-waving.

Deep Silence Summary

Deep Silence by Douglas Reeman

HMS Temeraire: latest and most advanced of Britain's nuclear submarines. When Temraire's trials are cut short and she is ordered to the Far East to reinforce the fleet against a threat from Red China, her captain, David Jermain, knows that this is no routine exercise in flag-waving. And once in Asian waters, he and his submarine find themselves involved in a hidden undeclared conflict beneath the sea. While the politicians haggle over a situation which could hold the seeds of full-scale war, Commander Jermain must keep his faith in himself and in his new ship's potential - even when ordered to take the Temeraire to the edge of a catastrophe

About Douglas Reeman

Douglas Reeman joind the Nany in 1941. he did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic, and the North Sea, and later served in motor torpedo boats. Douglas Reeman has written over thirty books under his own name and over twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard and Adam Bolitho, under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.

Additional information

GOR002789731
9780091795221
0091795222
Deep Silence by Douglas Reeman
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Cornerstone
20030807
324
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