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The USS Lexington and HMS Edward (Brigantine Lexington Series Book 1)

by David Perry

This is the first in the Brigantine Lexington series of short stories from author David C. Perry.

From the first paragraph you will feel that you are on the deck of the Lexington.

The U.S. Navy has had several ships named Lexington. This short story, set in the American Revolution, is a fictional account of the first cruise of the first Lexington. The author puts you in the middle of the action as you watch Captain John Barry take command, sneak past blockading British warships, and hear cannon balls scream overhead during a sea battle. Experience the excitement, loss, and exultation of those early American seafarers as they challenge the largest navy in the world.

Through The Hedgerow

by Chris Porter

Immerse yourself in the world of Cory Barratt, an elite U.S. paratrooper, as he jumps into one of the most important battles of World War Two. Follow Barratt on his journey through the night of June 5th, in this thrilling and heroic short story that will leave you wanting more.

Operation Red Ice: U.S.T.I.N.O.V

by Brian Thomas

British submarine, HMS Arcane, heads north on a peaceful mission to make a recruiting film. In reality, deep beneath the Arctic ice, she tests the prototype of a sonar set that will revolutionize underwater warfare. James Davies, sent to replace the mysteriously injured electronics chief, is also attacked. With no married men and two SBS operatives among the crew – all is not normal. The captain and his officers seem hell bent on delivering the equipment to the Reds by taking the ship into harm’s way. Unexplained death raises Jamie’s fears – fears realized when the submarine is boarded and interned in Polyarnoe. With the KGB and the GRU competing for the game-changing technology and its traitorous inventor, the equipment is put to the ultimate test. With increasing tension, the finale hits like a hammer blow. Can the super sonar make the difference when an old WW2 sub faces up to a Soviet nuclear war machine?

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