Due to Enemy Action excerpted in The Greatest Submarine Stories Ever Told

I’m very pleased that my second book, Due to Enemy Action, has been excerpted in an anthology entitled The Greatest Submarine Stories Ever Told, edited by Lamar Underwood. The book is subtitled, Dive! Dive! Fourteen Unforgettable Stories from the Deep.

Due to Enemy Action is in good company in this book, which includes excerpts from Shadow Divers (Robert Kurson), The Hunt for Red October (Tom Clancy), Torpedo Junction (Homer Hickham), 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Jules Verne), The Death of the USS Thresher (Norman Polmar), and The Terrible Hours (Peter Maas). It certainly is an honor to be associated with some of these authors and books.

I’m honored to see the Eagle 56 – U-853 story be recognized as one of the “greatest” submarine stories ever told, and hope all of you with an interest in submarines and the sea have a chance to pick up this book.