Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of Cold War Submarine Espionage

They were the most secret espionage missions ever. Until now, only a handful of people knew the truth about the Western and Soviet submarines that for decades silently roamed the depths in a deadly battle for information and advantage over the enemy. Even the families of the men on board had no idea what their husbands, sons and brothers were doing, and anyone who went looking for the truth behind these mysterious missions found only a veil of silence.Now BLIND MAN'S BLUFF finally reveals the exciting, epic, true story of ingenuity, courage and disaster beneath the sea, including the vital role played by British nuclear submarines.

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Sherry Sontag is an investigative journalist who, before turning to Blind Man's Bluff, was a staff writer for the National Law Journal. While there, she wrote about the Soviet Union, international affairs, and domestic scandals in securities and banking. Prior to that, Sontag wrote for the New York Times. A lifelong resident of New York, she has degrees from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and Barnard College.

Christopher Drew is a journalist and investigative reporter. Drew worked for the Chicago Tribune and the New York Times and is currently special projects editor for the Times. Drew co-wrote Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage.

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