TO HUNT A SUB: NOW RELEASED

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The wait is over!  The publication of what has for me been an eagerly awaited book is now available – ‘To Hunt a Sub’ by Jacqui Murray.

As Jacqui slowly started to give us an inkling about her first fiction book I was hooked. 

An unlikely team is America’s only chance

She reeled me when I read the summary.

A brilliant Ph.D. candidate, a cynical ex-SEAL, and a quirky experimental robot team up against terrorists intent on stealing America’s most powerful nuclear weapon, the Trident submarine. By all measures, they are an unlikely trio–one believes in brawn, another brains, and the third is all geek. What no one realizes is this trio has a secret weapon: the wisdom of a formidable female who died two million years ago.

An accomplished writer, Jacqui captured me with a sample chapter. Here is just a taster excerpt. Enjoy…and remember you can read buy the book now!

Within an hour, the massive warship had settled to the ocean floor like the carcass of a dead whale. It teetered atop an ocean ridge, listing starboard against a jagged seamount, and the gentle push of an underwater current from a cliff that plunged into a murky darkness. Every watertight door was closed. As per protocol, the oxygen level was reduced to suppress a fire hazard. Without climate controls, the interior had already reached 60 degrees. It would continue dipping as it strove to match the bone-chilling surrounding water temperature.  Hypothermia would soon be a problem. For now, though, they were alive. 

The hull groaned as though twisted by a giant squid.

The Captain peered into the gloomy waters that surrounded the sub. “Thoughts, XO?”

“We’re stable for the moment, barring a strong underwater current.” 

Based on the creaking protests from the hull, they were at or beyond crush depth. Any deeper, the outside pressure would snap the HY-80 outer hull and sea water would roar into the living compartments. Everyone would be dead in seconds, either drowned or impaled on the ragged remains of the sub by a force in excess of a Category Five hurricane.

selfJacqui Murray  is the author of the popular Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy. She is the author/editor of over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, adjunct professor of technology in education, webmaster for four blogs, an Amazon Vine Voice book reviewer,  a columnist for TeachHUB, Editorial Review Board member for Journal for Computing Teachers, monthly contributor to Today’s Author and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. You can find her books at her publisher’s website, Structured Learning.

To Hunt a Sub is available to buy on Amazon. 

 £ 2.29      Amazon UK 

$ 2.99      Amazon US 

 

 

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74 thoughts on “TO HUNT A SUB: NOW RELEASED

  1. cathleentownsend says:

    Hurrray! A new book! It’s always so exciting, especially now that I know all the work that goes into these things. I think half of the excitement is sheer relief that I got through such a monumental project. Way to stick with it and make it happen. 🙂

    • Annika Perry says:

      This is a lovely comment. Jacqui’s joy and pride in her children shines out in her posts when she writes about them and I shudder to think how anyone could write hundreds of books! On tech matters! Absolutely brilliant! I join you in wishing her great success with this her first fiction book. 😀

    • Annika Perry says:

      Thank you, Jill. I am also so excited for Jacqui and wish her all the success with this book.😃 She’s worked so hard and been such a pro throughout. I’m reading this soon too…have a feeling this is one that will take me late into the night!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Having read your review Annika I am hooked. This sounds like a very interesting concept and I feel I must find out what happens. I will be getting hold of a copy of this book!

    Mike

  3. delphini510 says:

    A great introduction to this book Annika.
    I am already hooked on the story in spite of the chills running along my spine.
    Good luck to Jacqui Murray!
    Mirja

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