Kursk: 118 men trapped beneath the Barents Sea
About the Book
Moscow, summer of 2000, and a new elected President has just come to power. Young naval officer Mischa Kastamarov is called up to serve on the Kursk, a submarine carrying a super torpedo for testing in the Barents Sea.
At the same time, US naval intelligence commander Mitchel James supervises the two American submarines on their mission to spy on the proceedings. But an accidental collision between the boats triggers a terrifying series of events, as an explosion leaves Kastamarov struggling to save his crew.
While their own government denies knowledge of the incident and refuses international aid, the men of the Kursk must fight fire, rising water and the onset of despair. Their plight ignored by their President, they are on their own against the elements in a desperate attempt to survive as Mitchel James is caught between a cover up and his own rescue plan.
Based in part on a true story of bravery, tragedy and the lethal folly of pride, Kursk is a not to miss political drama.
About the Author
Clinchandhill was born in the Netherlands and after writing his first short stories in his youth he left his writing passion to pursue a career in photography and later on made a second and third career change into Finance and Elderly care. After 30 years he’s back with his first novel; Kursk, the tragedy of 118 men. A story based on true facts.
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