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"Most of the stories in Blind Man's Bluff have never been told publicly," they write, "and none have ever been told in this level of detail." Among their revelations is the most complete accounting to date of the 1968 disappearance of the U.S.S. Scorpion; the story of how the Navy located a live hydrogen bomb lost by the Air Force; and a plot by the CIA and Howard Hughes to steal a Soviet sub. The most interesting chapter reveals how an American sub secretly tapped Soviet communications cables beneath the waves. Blind Man's Bluff is a compelling book about the courage, ingenuity, and patriotism of America's underwater spies. --John J. Miller --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
While some of the details here were later found to be, let's say, less than true (or perhaps, accurate is a better term), this book continues to be one of my favorites. Read morePublished 8 days ago by M. Takata
Highly recommended. This comprehensive history of the US nuclear submarine program is incredibly absorbing, well written and thoughtful. Read it now.Published 14 days ago by Rhoda
Well written detailed account of Cold War submarine missions. Finishing it left me wanting more. I highly recommend it for the nonsubmariner.Published 19 days ago by Brian Oneal
As an ex navy person who served in the top secret spy program, Blind Man's Bluff comes the closest to telling the whole truth. Great great job of research.....Published 19 days ago by Dee
Good book. It is written in such a way that it keeps your attention from the first to the last page. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Ciro Emmanuel