Iron Coffin by John Mannock

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An electrifying WWII thriller debit-from a former special forces sniper.

Strafed by American bombers, reeling from damage, and with supplies running low, a German U-boat limps along toward the coastal bayous of Louisiana-where the crew's only chance of survival rests in the hands of an isolated group of people who recognize no government and no war.

There, in the heart of the enemy, Nazi gold can buy help. But gold can also buy betrayal...

About John Mannock

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Published January 6, 2004 by Signet. 400 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fans of nautical novels may enjoy this highly technical WWII novel from first-time author Mannock, who takes the unusual approach of casting the crew of a German U-boat as the book's protagonists.

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Mannock brings a fresh voice to a genre which lends itself to suspense and takes us to a hidden world deep in the Louisiana swamps during a time when World War II could have gone either way.

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