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Go in and Sink! by Douglas Reeman
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Go in and Sink! (1973)

by Douglas Reeman

Series: Bolitho

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For my mother, with love
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It was just nine o'clock on a February morning when His Majesty's Submarine Tristram edged against the greasy piles at Fort Blockhouse, Portsmouth and her lines were taken by the waiting shore-party.
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Steven Marshall has seen the horrors of submarine warfare first-hand. Now, he's been put in charge of a captured German U-boat, and he and his crew have a top secret mission to fulfill. The catch: his own Royal Navy comrades don't know he's one of them, and the Germans are figuring out one of their subs is behaving strangely. Marshall has no friends to rely on. More even than the usual submarine commander, he is entirely on his own.… (more)

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