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 The Cold War Beneat by D.M. UlmerRetail $17.95 + S&H (4.05 USD)
List Price: $17.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
266 pages
Patriot Media Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-0984577767
ISBN-10: 0984577769
BISAC: Fiction / Espionage

The Cold War Beneath  tells the story of an event at sea off the New England coast during the post World War II years.  Two submarines play a dangerous underwater game of hide and seek in this action thriller as U.S. Navy forces try to find out the Russians' true intentions for being in American waters. 

The story addresses day-to-day life onboard a submarine during conduct of a hazardous mission, its effects upon the crew, and upon family and friends ashore.

A Soviet spy becomes involved in the personal lives of the submariners' friends and family then uses them to his advantage to gather intelligence about American submarine operations.  An old adversary returns to the scene of his crime to aid the Americans in finding the Russian agent. 

'I very much enjoyed The Cold War Beneath.  Ulmer's two published novels and the one in the works appear extremely interesting, and will add much to the little known history of diesel submarine operations for most of the Cold War.  I found The Cold War Beneath to be a most worthy book.'

Alfred S. McLaren

Captain, USN (Ret.), Ph.D.  Former  CO, USS Queenfish (SSN-651).

President, The American Polar Society

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