The deadliest ship in the world has fallen into the hands of a terrorist enemy -- the submariner believed to be behind the destruction of the Thomas Jefferson has returned to seek his revenge on his Iraqi paymasters and the country that betrayed him.
The deadliest ship in the world has fallen into the hands of a terrorist enemy -- the submariner believed to be behind the destruction of the Thomas Jefferson has returned to seek his revenge on his Iraqi paymasters and the country that betrayed him. He defects to Iran, where he is helped in his plan to transform a stolen submarine into a unique weapon capable of causing the most shocking air strikes in an American history. His vengeance on the US is devastating, H. M. S. Unseen is lost, and the blame appears to lie with Iraq. It is up to Admiral Arnold Morgan, to prove his suspicions that Iraq isn't responsible, and that Ben Adnam is the only man skilful enough to orchestrate such an attack. And he must stop him, whatever the cost ...
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"A brilliantly conceived and breathlessly executed thriller." * Kirkus Reviews * "Patrick Robinson's best book yet. HMS Unseen, the third volume of his brilliant naval series is a dazzling, page-turning yarn that establishes its author as a master craftsman of the techno-thriller. No one does it better - not even Tom Clancy. Highly recommended." * Carol D'Este, author of Patton: A Genius for War * "Fast, sharply-focussed, engine-driven action." * Express * "Watch out for Robinson. He is in the same league as Clancy." * Birmingham Post *
About Patrick Robinson
PATRICK ROBINSON is the author of six previous international bestselling thrillers: Nimitz Class, Kilo Class, H. M. S. Unseen, Seawolf, The Shark Mutiny, Barracuda 945 and, most recently, Scimitar SL-2. He is also the author of several non-fiction bestsellers including True Blue (with Dan Topolski) and Born to Win. He is the co-author with Admiral Sir Sandy Woodward of One Hundred Days.
HMS Unseen by Patrick Robinson
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