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by Richard P. Henrick
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Action & Adventure
  • Author:
    Richard P. Henrick
  • ISBN:
    0821730894
  • ISBN13:
    978-0821730898
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Zebra (August 1, 1990)
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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    1421 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    269
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Sea Devil Richard P. Henrick Equipped with the latest in stealth design and technology, fully armed and virtually invisible to conventional military tracking devices.

Sea Devil Richard P. Sea Devil is the lethal. Equipped with the latest in stealth design and technology, fully armed and virtually invisible to conventional military tracking devices. Sea Devil is the lethal new submarine in a deadly enemy fleet. Under the command of renegade Admiral Igor Starobin, this top secret weapon spearheads a Code One operation to penetrate and destroy the . Navy base at Holy Loch, Scotland, the strategic core of NATO’S defense advantage.

Sea Devil Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 1999. by. Richard P. Henrick (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Can't really tell what is based on fact, and what material is the product of the author's wild imagination. A must read for lovers of mini-subs, nuclear strategy, and of course, my beloved Scotland. One person found this helpful.

Sea Devil is the lethal new submarine in a deadly enemy fleet.

Author: Richard Henrick. Publisher: Zebra, New York, 1990. Pentagon special investigator Commander Brad Mackenzie knows that the next secret enemy strike will occur along the unprotected shores of Scotland.

Richard P. Henrick is an American novelist and screenwriter whose works include Crimson Tide, Attack on the Queen and Nightwatch. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri where he still lives and works. Spirtas graduated from Ladue Horton Watkins High School in 1967. Silent Warriors (1985). The Phoenix Odyssey (1986). Flight of the Condor (1987).

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Sea Devil is the lethal new submarine in a deadly enemy fleet.

Inside the world's most advanced submarine, Vulkan, a man holds a list of . targets - each one will mean millions of casualties and a world thrown into nuclear chaos.

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Silent and deadly, the Sea Devil glides toward a . Good job, Mr. Henrick!

The real threat to society is not the launching of bombs between the .

The real threat to society is not the launching of bombs between the . The real threat is a terrorist orientated country or group gaining possession of a nuclear bomb. Connected to: {{::readMoreArticle.

Commander Brad MacKenzie of the U.S. Navy wages an undersea battle-to-the-death with the enemy sub Sea Devil, the most sophisticated, untrackable secret weapon ever designed

CopamHuk
This book didn't live up to my expectations. The main premise, a tracked submergible, just did not make any sense to me. And the technical inaccuracies were too big to ignore; it is not that easy to arm and detonate a nuclear bomb, or to tap into a fiber-optic cable.
I also think that the terrorist sub-plot overpowers the main plot. The end is more coincidental than climactic. Only a small part of the book is actual submarine action. The main character's role was more to tie together the two stories than to lead the plot.
Finally I think some of the character development was too elaborate (eg. the gardening terrorist), compared to the almost rushed action. The hotel room scene seemed longer than the final sub battle.
"In the tradition of Tom Clancy" it is not.
Tolrajas
I can't complain about the plot, but the execution could have been better. First off, even though Cmdr. Brad Mackenzie is headlined as the hero of this book, I felt the story would have been stronger without him. Practically every piece of Mac's dialogue sounded like a classroom lecture at Annapolis. During the obligatory final submarine battle, he was totally useless. In addition, the USS Bowfin's captain kept talking like a hero from a 1930s weekly movie serial.
Still, there were some characters I found interesting. Russian Spetsnaz commando Mikhail Borisov and Scots commando Colin Stewart were true warriors. Confident, dedicated to their people, and never afraid to take on any mission. Borisov actually came off as a likable guy, considering he was on the wrong side.
While the story had nice plotting, the ending just didn't live up to my expectations.
FLIDER
Couldn't believe it when I read this wonderful book and was transfered to the land of my birth. Henrick combines his keen story telling ability with extensive research to produce this first class thriller. Can't really tell what is based on fact, and what material is the product of the author's wild imagination. A must read for lovers of mini-subs, nuclear strategy, and of course, my beloved Scotland. Good job, Mr. Henrick!