Firing Point by George Wallace

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At the top of the world…
At the bottom of the sea…
A war has begun.

Below the polar ice cap, an American nuclear submarine moves quietly in the freezing water, tailing a new Russian sub. But the usual, unspoken game of hide-and-seek between opposing captains is ended when the Americans hear sounds of disaster and flooding, and the Russian sub sinks in a thousand feet of water. The American sub rushes to help, only to join its former quarry in the deep.

The situation ignites tensions around the world. As both Washington and Moscow prepare for what may be the beginnings of World War III, the USS Toledo—led by young, untested Captain Joe Glass—heads to the location to give aid. He soon discovers that the incident was no accident. And the men behind it have yet to make their final move.

A move only Glass can stop.  

About George Wallace

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Don Keith is a critically-acclaimed, award-winning author. In addition to writing fiction and nonfiction, he heads up the curriculum in Media Marketing and Management at Virginia College and runs the school's full-service advertising and marketing agency.
Published July 3, 2012 by Signet. 702 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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The movie rights to this complex submarine thriller have already been sold%E2%80%94no surprise; the plot unfolds like a summer blockbuster. Initially, though, Wallace and Keith (the duo behind Final B

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