“SILENT SEA” By Harry Homewood. (Fiction) Homewood made eleven patrols in American subs during World War II. Author of “Final Harbor” and “O God of Battles” this is yet another brilliant Homewood World War II submarine novel. On the fictional fleet submarine USS Eelfish, Captain Mike Brannon and his brash young crew were destined to become the fiercest undersea warriors of World War II. In the Pacific, their daring and determination were stretched to the limits. This is the vivid, thrilling story of their exploits––and their life and death struggle against a cunning, formidable foe. Bantam paperback edition, 276 pages, no photos, maps or index. Long out of print, this is becoming a difficult book to find!
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Harry Homewood was a “qualified” submariner before he was seventeen years old. Having lied to the US Navy about his age, Homewood served in a little “S”-boat in the Asiatic Fleet. After Pearl Harbor was attacked in 1941, he re-enlisted in the “silent service” and made eleven war patrols in the Southwest Pacific. Following World War II, Homewood became Chicago Bureau Chief for “Newsweek,” chief editorial writer for the “Chicago Sun-Times,” and for eleven years had his own weekly news program syndicated to thirty-two PBS television stations. Homewood wrote three submarine novels dealing with Pacific World War II fictional boats: “Final Harbor” – “Silent Sea” – “O God Of Battles” and one post World War II submarine novel, “Torpedo!” Each of his books have been very popular. All are now out of print and difficult to find.
Other books by Harry Homewood:
O God Of Battles – paperback edition