Author :: Edward L. Beach
First Published by :: Holt, Rinehart and Winston
Place :: New York
Format :: HC
Date :: 1972
WWII

In 1972, following the huge success of Run Silent, Run Deep, Edward L. Beach's second novel of submarine warfare was published to great acclaim. Like its predecessor, Dust on the Sea was lauded for its authentic portrayal of what it meant to be a submariner during the desperate years of World War II.

Tense, dramatic and rich in technical and tactical detail, the book draws on Beach's experience as a submariner in the US Navy to describe the commander and crew of the fictitious USS Eel as they battle overwhelming odds to destroy Japanese ships and save American lives. With no margin for error, the men withstand storms, depth charges and even hand-to-hand combat to defend their boat and themselves. Mistakes, as the title reminds us, result in the debris which serves as a brief grave maker for sunken ships: dust on the sea.

Dust on the Sea

Author: Edward L. Beach

Title: Dust on the Sea

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First Published by: Holt, Rinehart and Winston

Place: New York

Format: HC

Date: 1972

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