VOYAGE OF THE DEVILFISH by MICHAEL DiMERCURIO PROLOGUE. 13 DECEMBER, 1973 arctic ocean The USS Stingray hovered silently 200 feet below the polar icecap. The nuclear submarine’s control.
VOYAGE OF THE DEVILFISH by MICHAEL DiMERCURIO PROLOGUE. VOYAGE OF THE DEVILFISH by MICHAEL DiMERCURIO. 13 DECEMBER, 1973 arctic ocean.
It was the late Tom Clancy before him but, in a number of ways, he has gone a fathom or two beyond the amazing Clancy. This is because he has had actual experience on a nuclear submarine. I read a number of DiMercurio's books in paperback and now I've re-discovered him on my Kindle. I hope he keeps at it.
Voyage of the Devilfish. The commander of the . Author: Michael DiMercurio. Publisher: Onyx, New York, 2001.
Voyage of the Devilfish book. Michael DiMercurio is an honors graduate of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, and has served as a paratrooper, Navy diver, and as a lieutenant and Chief Propulsion Officer aboard the . Other books in the series. Michael Pacino (7 books). Books by Michael DiMercurio
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Title: Voyage of the Devilfish by Michael DiMercurio from Books In Motion. Voyage of the Devilfish. by. DiMercurio, Michael. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on September 16, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014). Russian admiral Alexi Novskoyy, a hardline Communist who commands the Soviet Northern Submarine Fleet, wants to resume the Cold War by starting a hot one. Aboard the most advanced Soviet sub.
Written by Michael DiMercurio, Audiobook narrated by Gene Engene. Terminal Run. The Michael Pacino Series, Book 7. By: Michael DiMercurio. Narrated by: Joseph Courtemanche. Length: 13 hrs and 47 mins.
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Michael DiMercurio is an author of submarine fiction novels. DiMercurio was a 1980 honors graduate of the . Naval Academy with a . in mechanical engineering, a 1981 National Science Foundation Scholarship fellow at MIT with a master's degree in mechanical engineering, and an officer in the . Navy’s attack submarine force.