“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.
R. Cameron Cooke is a submariner with extensive experience as a US naval officer on nuclear-powered ships. He wears the gold dolphin insignia of a fully qualified submarine officer and is currently a lieutenant commander in the naval reserve.