October 1943: Lt. Commander Jack Tremain is back on duty with a new sub and a new mission. But when he 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".
"Cooke once again puts his extensive naval expertise to fine use providing rich procedural detail and tactical suspense..." (Publishers Weekly)
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Not as Good as "Pride Runs Deep"
The constant portrayal of twin dolphin navy personnel being money grubbing scum and criminals ruined this complicated story. I've read too many first hand accounts to accept many of the characters in this book.
He's 1-1 with me so far. Not as likely after this book.
The voice characterizations are good. The narrator was fine.
Starring Donald Trump as Shelby, yes.
It's just fiction. No one got hurt. None of the characters really exists.
"Thunder Below" "The Bravest Man" and many other nonfiction books about the US submarines are so much better.
- Andrew Scott McClanahan "I've lived in Austin, Texas, for over 10 years, not Houston. World War II is my lifelong interest since my father was a combat veteran in the 8th Air Force. I grew up with pilots, bombardiers, and navigators. They told me many stories of their experiences and I cannot get enough of books and documentaries."
- Tom Tennant