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About the Author: Bill Keith

Former Louisiana senator Bill Keith earned a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Wheaton College in Illinois. He continued his studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Following graduation, Keith worked as a journalist for forty years and traveled to thirty-five foreign countries. Some of his journalistic credits include working as a war correspondent in Vietnam, an investigative reporter for the Shreveport Times, and city editor for the Shreveport Journal. He resides in Longview, Texas, with his wife and is a full-time writer. "

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Paperback, Published in Jul 1993 by Harper Voyager

ISBN10: 0061006149 | ISBN13: 9780061006142

Page count: 313

Sharuq - once a Soviet Oscar SSGN, now manned by an Arabic captain and crew. The sinking of a U.S. supertanker in the Yucatan Channel is only her first triumph ina short-range plan to cut off American oil supplies. The long-range plan is sweeping and sinister.

Leviathan - the world's largest Typhoon-type undersea vessel, equipped with the most advanced twenty-first-century U.S. technology and weapons.

Commander T. Morgan Gray, ace Navy pilot, and his crew are brought aboard Leviathan to man an experimental fleet of SFV-4B Barracudas - undersea versions of a hot new fighter plane. But as Leviathan hunts its pirate prey, Gray's mini-sub maneuvers reveal a still deadlier peril - a secret underwater base on Cuban shores. When a fleet of Islamic supersubs join forces with Sharuq, only a miracle of skill, wit and daring can prevent certain death for hundreds of brave submariners - and the undeclared onset of WWIII.

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