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Blind Man's Bluff

The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage

by Sherry Sontag

Blind Man's Bluff
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    Nov 1998, 352 pages
    Oct 1999, 255 pages

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David Squires (12/20/04)

A must read!!! Excellent book on covert sub activity during the cold war.
B-RET (11/16/04)

G- Reat book!!!!!! yea
um.... i hate book reports that i am doing for this book but i love this book really good!!!!!:)
R.Kaufmann (10/30/04)

Great reading, truth really is stranger than fiction.
Charles F. Musser (05/09/04)

As Cold War Veteran member of the Nava Security Group I can only say BRAVO ZULU to the Author!
Turd Ferguson (01/08/04)

It rocked
Jon (10/08/03)

As a person who has a close contact with the US submarine force, I found this book very interesting, though dry at points. A lot of technical data and shop-talk through some parts of the book, but that provides an excellent background for the more interesting parts of the book. I liked it, and I would recommend it to someone who is interested in the history of the submarine fore.
Scott (05/30/02)

I had to read it in English and it was very boring.
Rasco (03/24/02)

Submarines are cool. I like the man in the little boat too. I wish more books like this were written because I liked the old man and the sea. It rivaled the rhyme of the Ancient Mariner. Once again...submarines are cool.
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