considerable journalistic experience to his debut book, which combines the
derring-do of a great modern-day adventure story with a 60 year old
mystery. In other words, it's a book that can be enjoyed by a much wider
audience than diving buffs (just as 'Into Thin Air' isn't just for
In 1991 John Chatterton and Rich Kohler, two deep-sea wreck divers, found an unidentified German submarine lying at 230 feet off the coast of New Jersey. Their seven year task of identifying what they found took them to Germany and Washington and, of course, to the darkest corners of the submarine. If you want to know exactly what they found, you'll have to read the book - I'm not going to spoil it for you!
230 feet doesn't sound particularly ...
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The Angel of Losses
"Family saga, mystery, and myth intersect in Feldman's debut novel." - Booklist
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