The Shark Mutiny by Patrick Robinson
(Admiral Arnold Morgan)

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An oil tanker mysteriously explodes in the Persian Gulf. Then a second . . . and a third. To the President's National Security Adviser Admiral Arnold Morgan it is more than a tragic coincidence—it is a brazen act of aggression that must not stand. In partnership with Iran, the Chinese navy has mined the Strait of Hormuz, intending to hold the world's oil supply hostage. Now eighty percent of America's active sea power is being mobilized—including U.S.S. Shark, an aging nuclear submarine on its final tour of duty—to dismantle a deadly alliance between two powerful enemies. But something goes terribly wrong during a bold retaliatory SEAL assault on China's Indian Ocean power plants—a disaster that spawns death, disbelief, rage . . . and rebellion. And with a volatile world on the brink of catastrophic conflict, the commanders of a nuclear boat in the twilight of glory must confront a nightmare as devastating as it is unthinkable: mutiny!


About Patrick Robinson

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Patrick Robinson is the coauthor of the recent New York Times #1 nonfiction bestseller Lone Survivor. He is also the author of seven international bestselling suspense thrillers, including Intercept, Diamondhead, To the Death, Nimitz Class, and Hunter Killer, as well as several nonfiction bestsellers. He lives in Ireland and spends his summers in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Published October 13, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 512 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Horror, War, Crime. Fiction

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Ken Dickson 5 Oct 2013

Sticks a fairly placid formula where America can do no wrong and all of enemies are morally corrupt and cannot shoot straight. I think the worst bit of book is the excessive use of racist terms som...

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