Book Reviews of To Kill the Potemkin

To Kill the Potemkin
To Kill the Potemkin
Author: Mark Joseph
ISBN-13: 9780451400390
ISBN-10: 0451400399
Publication Date: 7/7/1987
Pages: 319
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: New Amer Library (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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The "Barracuda", the most advanced attack submarine in the US undersea arsenal. The Potemkin, a shattering breakthrough in Soviet underwater weaponry. Facing each other in a deadly contest, vessel against vessel, becomes man against man.
The hunter and the hunted. Who will win and who will lose?
A very good undersea story, the frightening part is it could happen and quite possibly has.
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Facing each other in a deadly contest, vessel against vessel becomes man against man. Jack Sorenson, the sonar genius, against Nikolai Federov, the beleaguered Soviet captain.
The hunter and the hunted. Who would win and who would lose? And would the world survive the lethal reality of two nuclear-powered predators?
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If you liked THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER, you'll definitely like TO KILL THE POTEMKIN every bit as much. Two nuclear-powered submarines travel the dangerous oceans, filled with quirky characters, all focussed on one thing--'Control the seas to protect our country.'

From back cover:
:The BARRACUDA, the most advanced attack submarine in the U.S. undersea arsenal.
:The POTEMKIN, a shattering breakthrough in Soviet underwater weaponry.
Facing each other in a deadly contest, vessel against vessel becomes man against man. Jack Sorenson, the sonar genius, against Nikolai Federov, the beleaguered Soviet captain.
The hunter and the hunted--Who would win and who would lose? And would the world survive the lethal reality of two nuclear-powered predators...?
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Loved this book, A great story
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Good sub-thriller