• Title: Straits of Power
  • Author: Joe Buff
  • ISBN: 9780060594701
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • Straits of Power In his latest mission Commander Jeffrey Fuller will go head to head against his most dangerous adversary yet his own allies Jeffrey Fuller has a new mission use his cutting edge submarine Challenger
    In his latest mission, Commander Jeffrey Fuller will go head to head against his most dangerous adversary yet his own allies.Jeffrey Fuller has a new mission use his cutting edge submarine Challenger to recover a German spy claiming to have key information about the Berlin Boer Axis, information that could be crucial to winning the war Fuller will have to navigate hisIn his latest mission, Commander Jeffrey Fuller will go head to head against his most dangerous adversary yet his own allies.Jeffrey Fuller has a new mission use his cutting edge submarine Challenger to recover a German spy claiming to have key information about the Berlin Boer Axis, information that could be crucial to winning the war Fuller will have to navigate his super silent sub through some of the most densely patrolled waters in Europe if he hopes to accomplish his mission.But Fuller knows he can t trust the spy, code named Zeno, an expert in electronic and information warfare The man could be a double agent sent by the enemy to compromise Challenger And when they finally recover the mysterious spy, he reveals that only by helping him infiltrate Israel can he hope to prevent an imminent Axis attack Fuller is caught in a terrible dilemma if the man is a double agent, he could be dooming Israel, but if he does nothing, the country could fall to the German assault To go ahead with the plan would pitch Fuller against the best defences of his own allies, placing his crew in danger and possibly shattering bonds between nations It is a battle that, if fought, Fuller will have to fight entirely on his own.

    One Reply to “Straits of Power”

    1. This was my second time reading this book; it has been several years and I thought I had read it previously but was unsure. About one-third of the way into the book it all came clear. I must say, I actually enjoyed reading it this second time around. I remember becoming pretty disgusted with it the first time I read it but do not remember why.This book is the fifth book in the series and involves a German scientist who is based in Turkey and wants to defect because of a new weapon of mass destru [...]

    2. Another episode in the series about Jeff Fuller, submarine skipper. It's set in the near future, with the US and allies battling Germany and South Africa, but the moral atmosphere recalls 1942 and a desperate struggle against an evil foe. This one begins with a top German computer expert sending a message to Washington that he wants to defect, bringing top secret info with him, but will do so only if Fuller, whom he has long admired from afar, comes to get him. James Bond fans may recognize the [...]

    3. Want a novel that is just about sub craft and action that takes place more on land than underwater? This is it. An odd combination of mental agility on the part of Commander Jeffrey Fuller fills this novel. His cunning intellect and prowess helps him elude his enemies and there are many.Odd twists and turns of the plot near the end just when you think it is going to wind down. Ahhh--but no sex nor hardly mention of his previous liaison with the Australian oceanographer. She is in stasis now-lock [...]

    4. SuspensefulVery interesting book involving submarine warfare. However, too much time spent on the seals and their land mission. If I wanted to read about Seals I would purchase a book more oriented towards them.

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