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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 the Hardcover edition.
Very well researched volume. Breing part of the submarine cold war in the late 60's, I can not help feelling some of what was written should have still been classified at the time... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Bernard K. Dack
As a submarine sailor I tell everyone who asks me a questions to get this book and read it.Published 3 days ago by Stephen J. Hawkins
As a big fan of Tom Clancy's submarine-related war-related fiction, The Hunt for Red October and Red Storm Rising, I thought it would be interesting to read some fact-based... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Craig Iskowitz
I thought it an excellent depiction of the operations of submarines and their espionage activities during the cold warPublished 5 days ago by m_macky1616
It's truly amazing what was occurring under water during the cold war.Published 6 days ago by Gary C Larson
I just felt like leaving this here to say that this is certainly a book worth reading at least once. I’ve had it for a while and I was still entertained at some point or another.Published 8 days ago by Mary H. Lindley