Enthralling real-life stories of American submarine spying that reads as if torn from the pages of "Red October". A compelling account of one of the great secrets of the cold war - the undersea spying that put so many American and Soviet lives at risk.
Blind Man's Bluff looks at one of the hottest theaters of the Cold War era - how sumarines have been used by both the Navy and CIA to gather intelligence and launch covert operations. Few readers will have heard these exploits described in such detail before.
I truly enjoyed this book. The true stories are compelling and one's you've probably never heard of. Perhaps this book holds a special place in my heart because while reading it, I crossed paths with two people who had been involved peripherally with some of the events detailed within.
All the excitement and intrigue of a Tom Clancy novel, only it's all real. Reveals many details ignored, glossed over, or previously not publicly disseminated about the risky business of gathering information during the Cold War from under the sea, and sometimes directly under the keel, of the Soviet Navy.