Tucson, AZ, March 14, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Soon after President Roosevelt’s declaration of war the German Navy dispatches U-boats to the U.S. east coast, Operation Drumbeat was known by the U-boat crews as the "second happy time." The hunting was good.
Despite the odds, America’s war machine and merchant mariners continue to deliver the goods. Through U-boat infested waters, the crew of the tramp steamer Arrow sail on, now with a detachment of Naval Armed Guards onboard, they have to learn how to survive in a hostile world. Picking up survivors, they feel lucky until one day they are the target of the torpedoes and find themselves engaged in a fight for their lives.
“Death Beneath the Waves is a thrilling and enthralling adventure that fans of war fiction are sure to enjoy reading.” —Readers’ Favorite (5-stars)
About the Author
Anthony Palmiotti has made a career as a licensed merchant marine officer and maritime educator. A professor of navigation and vessel operations, he goes to sea each year as an instructor and watch officer. Through travels around the world he has developed a keen interest in history, particularly maritime history.
This is Palmiotti’s second fiction book, a sequel to “First Voyage,” published in 2017 by Fireship Press. He has also published “Navigator’s Notebook” and has been published by a variety of maritime trade magazines most recently in the June/July 2016 issue of “Professional Mariner” magazine.
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Pages: 232 • Fiction: Action & Adventure, Historical, Sea Stories
Trade paperback: 978-1-7320305-5-8 / $17.99 • eBook: 978-1-7320305-6-5 / $5.99
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