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Silent Running, Book 2: Lt. Charlie Harrison survived the horrors of Rabaul and the midnight battle with the Mizukaze. When he reports to Sabertooth at Pearl, he must contend with a crew that isn't quite welcoming and an officer protecting a dire secret.While underway, the captain reveals the submarine's mission - travel to the Japanese-occupied Philippines, deliver supplies to the Filipino guerillas, and bring American refugees home.When Sabertooth runs into Yosai, one of the big aircraft carriers that attacked Pearl Harbor, the mission changes. As disaster strikes, Charlie must take command and make the ultimate decision - get the refugees home or risk everything on an all-or-nothing attack.
Battle Stations, Book 3: Fresh from PXO School, Lt. Charlie Harrison is offered a posting on Sandtiger under Captain Gilbert Moreau, a legendary fighting captain in the submarines. Sandtiger's mission? Join an elite wolf pack penetrating the heart of the Japanese Empire. Along the way, Moreau teaches Charlie how to fight and what lines should never be crossed.
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By Amazon Customer on 07-29-18
perfect for me.
short books but they were entertaining and grasping the story moved along well kept keeping you coming back and listening and I even found myself listening and waiting for the end of a particular part before I turn it off to go to bed
By RJ on 07-14-18
Fast and furious, on and under the waves!
I was able to purchase the Omnibus boxed set of this series, which includes the first three books of the series; Crash Dive, Silent Running, and Battle Stations. In this thrilling naval journal we follow Lt. Charlie Harrison’s career from first war patrol in an old WWI S-55 submarine, to the Salmon-class? Sabertooth, then the Gato-class Sandtiger. With each boat Charlie learned his craft by doing, his inner self finding a home in the submarines. The action and tension is non-stop, fast and furious. The story came alive. The narration was exceptional, R.C. Bray once again performs brilliantly; vocal sound effects for the enemy screws, sonar, and battle stations a plus. For navy submarine fans this is a must read. I really enjoyed this series.