Steel Shark

Steel Shark AND BLOODY DEATH SAILS THE ATLANTIC Deep down in the waters of the mid Atlantic lurked the sleek shape of U crack submarine of Hitler s navy Her torpedoes primed she was the deadliest steel

  • Title: Steel Shark
  • Author: Bruno Krauss
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1940 AND BLOODY DEATH SAILS THE ATLANTIC Deep down in the waters of the mid Atlantic lurked the sleek shape of U 42, crack submarine of Hitler s navy.Her torpedoes primed, she was the deadliest steel shark in the sea Above her sailed the massive hull of a British destroyer Like predators the two ships stalked each other, both ready to move in for the kill And as they pl1940 AND BLOODY DEATH SAILS THE ATLANTIC Deep down in the waters of the mid Atlantic lurked the sleek shape of U 42, crack submarine of Hitler s navy.Her torpedoes primed, she was the deadliest steel shark in the sea Above her sailed the massive hull of a British destroyer Like predators the two ships stalked each other, both ready to move in for the kill And as they played their murderous game of cat and mouse, the men of the U 42, on their first deep sea mission, waited with mounting tension Sealed in a steel cylinder that could at any moment become a coffin, they began to know the real meaning of war And for one man in particular Baldur Wolz, tough, ruthless and ambitious it was the biggest test of all The test that was to earn him the name Sea Wolf.Bruno Krauss was a pen name used by Kenneth Bulmer 1921 2005 A prolific writer, Bulmer wrote over 160 novels and many short stories, both under his real name and various pen names He is best known for science fiction, including his long running Dray Prescot series of planetary romances, but he wrote in many genres.

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    1. Great ReadAs guilty as one might feel, reading about the sailors of a U boat, fighting against the allies, one cannot but help understanding their bravery. These men were fighting men, and had the Nazis won the war, their stories would have the same place in history that our submariners enjoy.

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