Book Reviews of The Edge of Honor

The Edge of Honor
The Edge of Honor
Author: P. T. Deutermann
ISBN-13: 9780312953966
ISBN-10: 0312953968
Publication Date: 5/15/1995
Pages: 626
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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A great action Navy story about the war in the Gulf of Tonkin
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If you like Naval stories you will love this one. Excellent
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A man on the brink of his destiny...It is the height of the Vietnam War and young Lt. Brian Holcomb is about to embark on an eight-month tour of duty that will bring him one step away from commanding his own ship.

A Woman Tempted By Desire...On the homefront, his beautiful wife Maddy is lonely and confused--tantalized by a seductive stranger and an act of betrayal every Navy man dreads, even more than the enemy's face.

A Ship At War With Itself...Aboard the guided-missile frigate USS John Bell Hood, he will witness a ship spinning in a tidal pool of recklessness--its crew wasted by drugs, its brass losing its grip on command.

The Edge Of Honor - And now, as the Hood steams towards an explosive showdown with North Vietnam's killer MiGs, he will be forced to make the most agonizing choice of his life--one that could make hs career...or damn his soul.
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A man on the brink of his destiny.....Awoman tempted by desire....A ship at war with itself....The edge of honor..
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On the edge of seat--What is honor?-- am now fan--- have read several and they get more real.

You feel the tension and can taste the fear as they are ---- had better not tell you----but, very good with words.
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Another Deutermann masterpiece!