Doss, Vernon L. (1927-2007)
Survival. Tower, 1981. 285 pages
Teenage farmboy joins the Navy, and sees the Pacific -- if not the world -- aboard a DE and the PENSACOLA during World War II. Covers his entire career from boot camp to post-war discharge. Despite the downer title, an upbeat book.
Douglas, John Scott
The Secret of the Undersea Bell. Dodd, Mead, 1951. 242 pages
Douglass, Keith (house pseud.)
The first seven novels were written by William H. Keith (q.v.) and his brother J. Andrew Keith. No. 21 is by C. A. Mobley (q.v.)
Carrier. Jove, 1991. 325 pages
Commonwealth of Independent States (ex USSR) shatters, so the US carrier JEFFERSON is sent to Russian waters to prevent the deployment of Russian Typhoon submarines.
Viper Strike. Jove, 1991. 329 pages
Armageddon Mode. Jove, 1992. 332 pages
Flame-Out. Jove, 1992. 330 pages
Maelstrom. Jove, 1993. 328 pages
Countdown. Jove, 1994. 331 pages
After Burn. Jove, 1996. 327 pages
Alpha Strike. Jove, 1997. 329 pages
Arctic Fire. Jove, 1998. 329 pages
Arsenal. Jove, 1998. 358 pages
Nuke Zone. Jove, 1998. 312 pages
Chain of Command. Jove, 1999 pages
Brink of War. Jove, 1999. 313 pages
Typhoon Season. Jove, 2000. 282 pages
Enemies. Jove, 2000. 281 pages
Joint Operations. Jove, 2000. 288 pages
When China makes a surprise attack on U.S. soil, Tombstone and his Carrier fleet work with the SEALs in an explosive battle to regain control.
The Art of War. Jove, 2001. 262 pages
Island Warriors. Jove, 2001. 281 pages
First Strike. Jove, 2002. 263 pages
Hellfire. Jove, 2002. 286 pages
Terror at Dawn. Jove, 2003. 226 pages
Final Justice. Jove, 2004. 279 pages
Last Stand. Jove, 2006. 308 pages
When a group of modern-day Japanese samurai begins an assault on the high seas, the only force standing between them and total victory is the might of Carrier Battle Group Fourteen.
Seal Team Seven series
Seal Team Seven. Berkley, 1994. 328 pages
SEAL team seven is called in when a group of fanatics decide to poison a continent.
Specter. Berkley, 1995. 296 pages
Nucflash. Berkley, 1996. 294 pages
USN Seals deal with nukes, offshore platforms and psychotic renegades.
Direct Action. Berkley, 1997. 282 pages
Firestorm. Berkley, 1997. 292 pages
The first mission is simple. Lieutenant Blake Murdock and his SEALs must infiltrate a Chinese beach house and acquire top secret information from CIA informant.
Battleground. Berkley, 1998. 278 pages
Deathrace. Berkley, 1999. 308 pages
When Iran starts building nuclear devices, it's up to Lt. Blake Murdock and his SEALs to stop them.
Pacific Siege. Berkley, 1999. 296 pages
Japanese General Nishikawa wants an occupied island back. His troops capture the Russian military post on the island and threaten to kill the garrison. Japan has to do something before Russia retaliates
War Cry. Berkley, 1999. 289 pages
Frontal Assault. Berkley, 2000. 294 pages
Flashpoint. Berkley, 2000. 307 pages
Tropical Terror. Berkley, 2000. 287 pages
A crossover novel with the CARRIER series
Bloodstorm. Berkley, 2001. 258 pages
Deathblow. Berkley, 2001. 290 pages
SEAL team seven is called in when it is learned that the Chinese are planning to occupy Pakistan and taking their oil reserves.
Ambush. Berkley, 2001. 287 pages
Seal team seven must save sixty tourists taken for ransom in the Philippines.
Counterfire. Berkley, 2002. 292 pages
Seal team seven is called in when a bomb threat is called into London demanding that all civilians and military are removed from the West Bank.
Payback. Berkley, 2002. 288 pages
Crossover with the author's CARRIER series.
Deadly Force. Berkley, 2002 pages
Field of Fire. Berkley, 2003. 304 pages
Attack Mode. Berkley, 2003. 291 pages
Hostile Fire. Berkley, 2004. 293 pages
Under Siege. Berkley, 2005. 321 pages
When the First Lady is abducted by terrorists, the President knows only one man tough enough to handle the situation. Now, Lt. Commander Blake Murdock and his SEALs are going to pay the kidnappers a different kind of ransom--in blood.
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