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Submarine trouble
Cover by Wernher Krutein
Trade paper -- 193 pp.
ISBN-10:  0-938513-19-2
ISBN-13:  978-0-938513-19-3


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The Miracle Weapon
by Manfred Krutein

America faces a grave danger: Hitler has devised a weapon that could kill millions. A German U-boat is making its way towards the US, carrying a weapon that will release a deadly virus on the country. U-boat skipper Brinker, refusing to allow the Nazi hijackers to commit such atrocities, stages an uprising. But the relentless Standartenfuhrer Kantz has survived, and he will stop at nothing to see the weapon unleashed.

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Based on Manfred's deep knowledge of German U-boats and his personal experience with the German Navy and allied troops at the end of the war, this page-tuner on the order of "Hunt for Red October" explores the rift between the Nazi SS and the German Navy. Between the lines: a lesson for today.

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This exciting book combines the thrill of the chase with an intimate view of Allied spy and intelligence operations which helped defeat Hitler. If you enjoyed RED OCTOBER, you will want to read this book.
-- Robert Mulcahy
Manfred Krutein's time aboard German U-boats shows on every page of this vivid and exciting suspense novel, which roams from fjords of Norway to the North Atlantic to Cuba, Italy and Mexico, packed with action every step and mile of the way.
--Theodore Taylor, Author of TO KILL THE LEOPARD and THE CAY
A former Kriegsmarine officer, Krutein writes a vivid page-turner, interweaving accurate historical fact with audacious fantasy.
-- Henry Cord Meyer, Emeritus Professor of German History, U of Cal.
. . . a rousing story that sprawls across Europe and the Atlantic in the last days of World War II. It combines fascinating details about German submarine operations and Allied intelligence analysis with plenty of derring-do hairbreadth escapes and nasty firefights. The pages fly by.
-- Patrick Morgan, University of California, Irvine

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