“ECOWAR” By Richard P. Henrick. (Fiction) A nonstop undersea thriller with all the world’s oceans at stake. The Star of Linshu––as it dumps toxic wastes in the waters off Japan, a monstrous manta ray rises from the depths, rams it amid-ship and sinks it to the bottom. The devilfish has struck again. The USS Chicago––Dr. Peter Kraft, renowned expert in dolphin communication and training, boards the Los Angeles-class attack vessel with orders to investigate strange reports of marauding sea monster in the depths of the Kuril Trench. Ecowar––a sleek submarine of stunningly advanced design, it plies the Pacific at speeds that defy pursuit. Embarked on an impassioned mission to save the sea-life from destruction. Ecowar stands ready to challenge the world’s most sophisticated attack subs. 1993 Paperback, 338 pages, no photos, maps or index.
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Other books of interest:
The Final Voyage Of The S.S.N. Skate
Swordray’s First Three Patrols
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea