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Firing Point

Firing Point

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by George Wallace, Don Keith

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At the top of the world…
At the bottom of the sea…
A war has begun.

Below the polar ice cap, an American nuclear submarine moves quietly in the freezing water, tailing a new Russian sub. But the usual, unspoken game of hide-and-seek between opposing captains is ended when the Americans hear sounds of disaster and flooding, and the

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Firing Point 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
LAmber More than 1 year ago
Well Anonymous is flat wrong and apparently didn't read the author blurb or he would realize that the author is a retired nuclear submarine captain. (I've read both his books and the information was on the back of the first one.) I would assume that experience would be enough to "take the time to find out". This is not my normal genre, but I really enjoyed reading this book. I found the detail and accuracy refreshing (military brat myself and numerous friends in active service). I've read a few "action/spy" novels that have had me falling over laughing at the portrayals of military life and the capabilities of the human body. They read more like adolescent male fantasies instead of gritty realistic action. I thought Final Bearing was a good first effort from a new author, Firing Point was even better, and can't wait to see another title.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
R u going to help me or do i have to figure it out on my own?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm gettig tired and pi**ed
leeondeck More than 1 year ago
Bravo Zulu, for anothe GREAT book. Could not put it down. Move over Tom Clansey, the new dynamic duo are in town. This book holds your interest from page one. You find yourself living the experiences with the characters. Hoping some get their comeupance, and some survive. I was lucky to get the preordered copy from my local B&N and could not stop until the end. Had to know what was happening next, and how it ends. Thank God for bubble-heads and SEALS.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is dumb beyond belief. It is less than a kids comic book. Inaccurate, silly story line, absolutely no clue about life on a Nuclear Sub and worse, never did take the time to find out. Save your money, this book is an ill conceived worthless piece of horse puckey. Whoever submitted the one review MUST work for the author.