The Passage (Dan Lenson Series #4)

The Passage (Dan Lenson Series #4)

by David Poyer
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The Passage (Dan Lenson Series #4) by David Poyer

The Navy's most sophisticated destroyer, the USS Barrett carries a top-secret computer that can pilot an unmanned ship and send it into battle. As the weapons officer charged with its first mission Lieutenant Dan Lenson has a chance to make naval history.

But when the system develops a sinister virus and a sailor takes his own life amid ugly allegations, Lenson finds himself caught in a web of betrayal. Now, on the treacherous Windward Passage between the U.S. and Cuba, he'll undergo the ultimate test of honor and faith-- one that could cost him his career, his ship, and even his life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781429927796
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 02/15/1997
Series: Dan Lenson Series , #4
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 560
Sales rank: 90,902
File size: 848 KB

About the Author

David Poyer, bestselling author of The Circle, The Gulf, and The Med, has written a terrifying odyssey of naval courage and determination that blows Clancy and Coonts out of the water.

DAVID POYER's sea career included service in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, Arctic, Caribbean, and Pacific. He's the author of over thirty novels including Korea Strait and The Cruiser. Poyer's work has been required reading in the Literature of the Sea course at the U.S. Naval Academy, along with that of Joseph Conrad and Herman Melville. He lives on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

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The Passage (Dan Lenson Series #4) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Worth the time to read especially if you are fan of the writer and this particular hero.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some great elements but don't ask don't tell story comes off as disrracrkng / homophobic at times.