By David Poyer
Captain Dan Lenson is less than fireplace either at sea, and in Washington. His command of the 1st antiballistic-missile-capable cruiser within the Fleet, USS Savo Island, is threatened whilst he's known as domestic to testify earlier than Congress. There, he needs to safeguard his debatable selection to avoid a major retaliatory missile assault by way of Israel opposed to civilian pursuits within the Mideast. Shaken via the near-end of his profession, Lenson returns to command doubtful of his personal destiny, yet decided to do his top by way of a broken send and an more and more divided crew.
Ordered to the Indian Ocean, Savo cruises off East Africa, conserving transport lanes from pirates. yet this seemingly-routine patrol turns ominous while an unknown assailant starts off assaulting girl group contributors. yet then, an explosive showdown starts off among India and Pakistan… with Savo Island, and her particular yet no longer but absolutely battle-ready skill to intercept ballistic missiles, status on my own among international locations close to the 1st theater nuclear war.
Dan must conflict tsunami-driven seas, incoming guns, and a quick tilting stability of strength, as China strikes inexorably in her bid to displace the United States within the a long way Pacific.
The 15th novel in David Poyer's acclaimed sequence of naval adventures that includes Dan Lenson, Tipping Point is an action-packed, totally real tale of responsibility, conflict, and the tension of command, via the most well-liked dwelling writer of yank sea fiction.