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America: A Jake Grafton Novel. A motion picture based on the book was released in 1991. In 1986, he was honored by the .

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Rear Admiral Jake Grafton fears something worse than a grave malfunction-he suspects sabotage . New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts brings the action close to home in this fast-paced military thriller, America

Rear Admiral Jake Grafton fears something worse than a grave malfunction-he suspects sabotage. The USS America-the world's most technically advanced nuclear submarine-is launched on its maiden voyage. Then shortly after steaming out of harbor, the unthinkable happens. New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts brings the action close to home in this fast-paced military thriller, America. But moments after dispatch, it vanishes. Jake Grafton by. Stephen Coonts.

The Art of War: A Jake Grafton Novel. Stephen Coonts is the author of The Disciple, The Assassin, and the Deep Black and Saucers series, among many other bestsellers.

2 Jake Grafton & Tommy Carmellini Series. Coonts has also written several other series and stand-alone novels, but is best known for the Grafton books. Coonts began writing Flight of the Intruder in 1984, with the book being published by the US Naval Institute Press in 1986. The novel, based in part on his experiences as an A-6 pilot during the Vietnam War, remained for 28 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, and later (1991) was made into a movie. This launched his career as a novelist, and he continued writing adventure-thrillers, most of them based on the main character from his first book, Jake Grafton.

America : A Jake Grafton Novel. New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts brings the action close to home in this fast-paced military thriller, America

America : A Jake Grafton Novel. The USS America-the world's most technically advanced nuclear submarine-is launched on its maiden.

Dispatched on a trial run, NASA's SuperAegis satellite has been created as the foundation of an international antimissle defense system. But moments after dispatch, it vanishes. Rear Admiral Jake Grafton fears something worse than a grave malfunction--he suspects sabotage...

The USS America--the world's most technically advanced nuclear submarine--is launched on its maiden voyage. Then shortly after steaming out of harbor, the unthinkable happens. Pirated by terrorists, America disappears beneath the roiling waves of the Atlantic, its Tomahawk warheads aimed directly at the United States...

An ingeniously calculated war has been waged--but the rouge enemy is far more insidious than Jake Grafton ever imagined. His mission: ferret out the core group responsible, overtake the stealth sub, and destroy it. But times is running out, and the race is on for Grafton to blow the covert operation out of the water before an entire nation is brought to its knees.


Comments: (7)

Tetaian
Yes am re reading all of Stephen Coonts' Novels. Except I do not recall this work. It's outstanding Adventure/ Fiction. It is more fast paced than the previous books of Hong Kong.
Skilkancar
Once again, Jake shows his ability to be the hard guy to make the good decisions. Ever since his introduction as the daredevil A6 pilot who defied the powers that be, he continually shows ingenious thought. While a bit far fetched in the storyline, the book is an entertaining read.
Fordrellador
Again I couldn't put it down, lost some sleep but between Clancy and Coontz I am a happy reader
Vathennece
Was a good, solid, Coonts novel until we got to the end. Someone was desperate to finish this book, had no knowledge of the characters or their past experiences, and just bungled the ending beyond belief. A dedicated Coonts reader will be profoundly disappointed.
JOGETIME
The continuing amazing stories of Jake Grafton! A fun read with the usual cast of good guys and baddys. I liked it well enough. Nothing new here, actually read it in 2012 so unavoidably a little dated, but these kind of books serve a purpose and this one does it pretty well. One complaint is that maybe Jake Grafton has run his course and should be retired, he has done his bit admirably.
tamada
Interesting but not so good I can't wait to get back to it good.
NI_Rak
Love Stephen Coonts books and love his stories dealing with Admiral Grafton and Tommy Carmellini. They are fun, exciting and "make wish I was there to help". One needs to read the books in the order that the author wrote them in order to make the most sense of various references made at times in the book.

Enjoy, I did.
Very good story, intrigue is excellent and is a pure techno military thriller. Stephen Coonts did a very good job at making this story believable. Loved it!
America: A Jake Grafton Novel (Jake Grafton Novels) download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Stephen Coonts
ISBN: 031298250X
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (July 14, 2002)