Silent War
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  • 1
    Final Harbor: Silent War Series, Book 1 | Harry Homewood

    Final Harbor: Silent War Series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Harry Homewood
    • Narrated By Corey M. Snow
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    She was a monster, sleek and gleaming, designed to strike without warning like the dreaded shark. She was the USS Mako, as fearless and bold as any submarine that ever prowled the blue Pacific. Her mission: seek out and destroy the hitherto invincible ships of the Japanese Imperial Navy - and revenge the earlier defeats of a long and dirty war. Here is the story of the men who pitted their lives against impossible odds in the most dangerous branch of the American armed services.

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    Silent Sea: Silent War, Book 2 | Harry Homewood

    Silent Sea: Silent War, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Harry Homewood
    • Narrated By Corey M. Snow
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    As they listened to the death throes of their sister ship Mako sinking in the Pacific where the waters were six miles deep, the crew of USS Eelfish suddenly came of age. They were a new breed: a brand-new fleet submarine crewed by draftees and reservists. Hidebound regular Navy officers believed they wouldn't fight. But fight they did with reckless abandon, proving themselves on two fronts - against the Japanese at sea, and against their own Admirals, who clung to outmoded concepts of how to wage war under the sea.

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    Torpedo!: Silent War Series, Book 3 | Harry Homewood

    Torpedo!: Silent War Series, Book 3

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    • By Harry Homewood
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    It was an unprovoked attack, a deliberate act of aggression. When Vice Admiral Mike Brannon of the US Navy received word that the wreck of the Sharkfin had been found, with a gaping hole in its stern, he could only conclude that the Soviets had, without warning, attacked and destroyed a US nuclear submarine. He could not let the incident pass without retaliation. Yet whatever steps he took, he risked leading the two superpowers into a state of war.

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