David Poyer graduated from the . Naval Academy, Annapolis, and served on destroyers and amphibious ships. This is a novel written by someone who has lived through the events described.
David Poyer graduated from the . He transferred to reserve commission in 1977 and began writing. His other novels of the . Navy, The Med, The Gulf, and The Passage, also feature Dan Lenson. He was honored as a Distinguished Visiting Author at the . Most of the jargon used can be understood by their context.
Books in Dan Lenson Novels (17 Book Series). This book, though, is an exception. Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. 1. The Med: A Thriller (Dan Lenson Novel. avid Poyer. 2. The Gulf: A Thriller (Dan Lenson Novel. Note that unlike the other services, the Navy is always at near-war, except when they are actually in a shooting war. Here they edge even closer than usual, as the g destroyer Ryan tangles with a rogue Soviet sub.
Captain Daniel Valentine Lenson, . Navy, traced the tracks and roads that edged the sweeping concavity of sea that was the Bay of Naples; the inner harbor; the stone moles, spidery thin and knobbed as a movie alien’s fingers
Captain Daniel Valentine Lenson, . Navy, traced the tracks and roads that edged the sweeping concavity of sea that was the Bay of Naples; the inner harbor; the stone moles, spidery thin and knobbed as a movie alien’s fingers. Cruise ships lay alongside the Mussolini-era passenger terminal, deck on deck shining in the sun like white steel wedding cakes.
Captain David Poyer's twenty-five books make him the most popular living author of American sea fiction. He lives with his wife and daughter on Virginia's Eastern Shore. Библиографические данные.
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David Poyer Praise for David Poyer's novels of the Modern Navy: Black Storm "No one writes gritty, realistic military fiction like David Poyer.
As the Ryan plunges into the dark waters of the Arctic Circle at the height of storm season, Lenson and the crew pursue a mysterious and menacing enemy. But he soon discovers a foe even more dangerous within the Ryan, advancing a shocking agenda that drives the ship closer and closer to disaster-testing Lenson's life and loyalty to their very limit. Praise for David Poyer's novels of the Modern Navy: Black Storm "No one writes gritty, realistic military fiction like David Poyer.
David Poyer's nearly fifty books have been USA Today bestsellers, sold to films, and been. HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE that St Martins/Macmillan is bringing back the first four Lenson novels in trade paperback. December 27, 2019 at 7:09 PM ·. Bill Ruehlmann, on a work originally produced for students at the . A different kind of David Poyer thriller: tales of ‘Heroes of Annapolis’.
Staurulakis murmured, pushing short hair back. For the first time since he’d met her, she seemed on edge. And no wonder, he thought as she outlined the situation. rs they’d identified along the coast. Increased activity from the truck-mounted jammers that would make detection of an incoming sea-skimmer much more difficult. Wenck and Slaughenhaupt hovered near the command table, looking grave
The first in the Dan Lenson series, Poyer's "The Circle" graphical explores what it is like to be a green ensign boarding his first ship. Assigned to First Division where all the malcontents work, Lenson runs up against a corrupt executive officer who threatens his future in the navy.
The first in the Dan Lenson series, Poyer's "The Circle" graphical explores what it is like to be a green ensign boarding his first ship. The scenes of the ship in raging seas above the Arctic Circle are excellent. The book ends with a drawn out courtroom scene that could have been shortened for dramatic effect. Still, an excellent glimpse into the challenges of life at seas.