Download PDF by Edward L. Beach: Run Silent, Run Deep (Classics of Naval Literature)

By Edward L. Beach

After Pearl Harbor, Captain Richardson is given command of a submarine with directions to break jap transport within the Pacific. Richardson's missions move good first and foremost, but if he is taking at the notorious eastern destroyer nicknamed Bungo Pete, a terrifying video game of cat and mouse ensues. From the educational of the staff throughout to the breath-taking climax, this can be a novel that reeks authenticity. in keeping with actual occasions skilled via the writer in the course of international battle II, this tale could have lovers of Tom Clancy and Lothar-Gunther Buchheim gripped from begin to end. 'If ever a e-book had a hoop of truth, this is often it' - big apple instances

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I'm looking out for Number One, from here on. Nobody else will, not you! " I couldn't tell Jim of my conversation of a few weeks ago with Captain Blunt, but there was another way. Heretofore I had used the friendly approach, had stood for his silence and sullen bad temper. Maybe this was the time to change, though it would give Jim cause to hate me all the more. I stood up from the wardroom table in S-16, picked up his neatly typed request, and held it in my hand. I made my voice emotionless. "Listen, Bledsoe, what you've just said is disloyal and disrespectful.

You should not have recommended him if you did not think him ready for qualification, Richardson," he said slowly. My heart sank to my shoe tops. "Well look at it your way and give Bledsoe the benefit of the doubt, -but this is going to prevent you from getting the boat I promised you. " "I'm sorry, too, sir," I replied, but this I had been expecting and my heart was pounds lighter as I closed the door of his office behind me. Life went on in its new groove for several weeks with no appreciable change.

Jim was waiting at the foot of the ladder. "You fool," he hissed at Keith. " His face was livid with emotion and his lips quivered with the fury of his voice. I could see Keith wilt. "That will be all for you, Leone," Jim raged, "this will be your last day in submarines. " I was amazed at Jim's outburst. Kohler and three or four other members of the crew who happened to be in the for- ward torpedo room stared, their shocked surprise. "Cut it out," I told Jim. "It wasn't that bad. " Then I tried to relieve the tension a little.

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