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U.S. Navy in Fiction: Ships, Subs, & SEALS
Audiobooks: Tell Me a Story

Fiction: Adrenaline Rush

Fiction: Battlefields

Fiction: Intimacy of Place

Fiction: What Remains

Humor: Seriously, I'm Kidding
 
Memoir: Hope and Challenge

Mystery: Just the Facts

Mystery: Malice and Mayhem

Nonfiction: The Girl's Got Game!

Poetry: Monster Verse

Random House: What Do I Read Next?

Romance: The Art of Passion

U.S. Navy in Fiction: Ships, Subs, & SEALS

Young Adult: Trending Teen Literature
Rick Campbell
Rick Campbell
 
Rick Campbell, a retired Navy Commander, spent more than twenty years in the Navy, serving on four nuclear-powered submarines. On his last submarine, he was one of the two men whose permission is required to launch its nuclear warhead-tipped missiles. Upon retirement, Rick was offered a two-book deal. The Trident Deception (2014) was hailed by Booklist as the “best novel about a submarine since Tom Clancy's classic The Hunt for Red October.
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John J. Gobbell
John J. Gobbell
 
John J Gobbell is a former Navy Lieutenant who served aboard the destroyer USS Tingey in the South China Sea during the Vietnam War. This granted him the dubious membership in the exclusive Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club. As an executive recruiter for over thirty years, he worked with clients in the military/commercial aerospace field giving him insight into character development under a historical thriller format.
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Christopher Wright
Christopher Wright