Hostile Waters – By Peter Huchthausen, Igor Kurdin, and R. Alan White








“HOSTILE WATERS” The Death of Soviet Sub K-219. By Peter Huchthausen, Igor Kurdin, and R. Alan White. Huchthausen also wrote “October Fury.” Foreword by Tom Clancy. October 3, 1986: A nuclear disaster is poised to strike the United States. Only one man can stop it. The true and terrible death of the Soviet submarine K-219. The nuclear sub went to her watery grave in 16,000 feet of water, and now the highly classified story has finally surfaced in this excellent book. Co-author Igor Kurdin was the executive officer aboard the ill-fated K-219. Hardback with dust jacket. 303 pages, 23 black and white photos, 1 map, a K-219 crew roster, no index.

Good Cond. – $16.95


Other books of interest:

All Hands Down

Big Red

Blind Man’s Bluff

Cry From The Deep

The Death Of The USS Thresher

Hostile Waters

Kursk Down

Nautilus 90 North

October Fury

Red Star Rogue

The Right Thing

Rising Tide

Scorpion Down

Spy Sub – hardback edition

Spy Sub – paperback edition

Stalking The Red Bear


Surface At The Pole

U.S. Submarine Losses

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