Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War by W. ReedRed November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War by W. Reed

Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War

byW. Reed

Paperback | August 9, 2011

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Red November delivers the real life feel and fears of submariners who risked their lives to keep the peace.”
 —Steve Berry, author of The Paris Vendetta<_o3a_p>


W. Craig Reed, a former navy diver and fast-attack submariner, provides a riveting portrayal of the secret underwater struggle between the US and the USSR in Red November. A spellbinding  true-life adventure in the bestselling tradition of Blind Man’s Bluff, it reveals previously undisclosed details about the most dangerous, daring, and decorated missions of the Cold War, earning raves from New York Times bestselling authors David Morrell, who calls it, “palpably gripping,” and James Rollins, who says, “If Tom Clancy had turned The Hunt for Red October into a nonfiction thriller, Red November might be the result.”<_o3a_p>

Born into a Navy family on the island of Guam, W. Craig Reed served as a U.S. Navy diver, submarine weapons technician, and special operations photographer deployed on nuclear fast-attack submarines. He lives in Silicon Valley, California.
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Title:Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine WarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.95 inPublished:August 9, 2011Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061806773

ISBN - 13:9780061806773

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Red November is a terrific, real-life thriller, filled with larger than life warriors, technological wizardry, undersea games of chicken, and a civilian world perched unknowing on the brink of push-button nuclear destruction.”