“The SUNSET PATRIOTS” By Charles D. Taylor. (Fiction) Admiral Theodore Magnuson, Director of the Office of Naval Intelligence, didn’t like the idea of sending the Seventh Fleet to Vladivostock for a New Year’s celebration with the Russians. The President didn’t give a damn what Magnuson thought, however; he was after détente. Fearing the worst, Magnuson decides to run his own intelligence mission, sending men into Russia and China. The Admiral is certain the U.S. visit to the usually closed Soviet port is a cover for something. Something big. The Chinese are faced with a similar problem––and a big question. Why is a combined U.S.-Soviet fleet steaming into the East China Sea? 1985 paperback edition, 450 pages, no maps photos 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