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A Ship Possessed
by Alton Gansky

Overview - Retired Navy captain and historian J. T. Reed has been called back to active duty to solve a mystery--the sudden appearance of a submarine that has run aground near a beach in San Diego. While submarines are no strangers to Pacific waters, this one has captured the attention of the Pentagon.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Retired Navy captain and historian J. T. Reed has been called back to active duty to solve a mystery--the sudden appearance of a submarine that has run aground near a beach in San Diego. While submarines are no strangers to Pacific waters, this one has captured the attention of the Pentagon. Because this submarine is a World War II submarine that went down with all hands in the Atlantic on July 27, 1943--over 50 years ago! Now it sits with its conning tower barely above the breaking surf. And the puzzle deepens all the more when the immaculate condition of the submarine becomes known, and when the sub begins emitting sounds--frightening, confusing, even terrifying sounds. J. T. Reed undertakes the task of finding answers to events that happened half a century before, and in the process, discovers a great deal he hadn't bargained for--including an encounter with evil forces beyond his control. This supernatural mystery in the spirit of Frank Peretti and Bill Myers introduces readers to the intriguing sleuth, J. T. Reed, and to a story of faith, courage, love, and determination in the face of evil.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780310219446
  • ISBN-10: 0310219442
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publish Date: March 1999
  • Page Count: 336

Series: J.D. Stanton Mysteries #1

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