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[Read Kindle] ⚣ Sea Fighter ð Packed with electrifying action and cutting edge technology, Sea Fighter takes Commander Amanda Lee Garret on her most explosive mission yet to stop a renegade Nigerian general before his bloody quest for power reaches catastrophic proportions Retroland Sea Fighter takes Commander Amanda Lee Garret on her most explosive mission yet to stop a renegade Nigerian general before his bloody quest for power reaches catastrophic proportions No Kindle or Audible If I was stranded on an island, just give me an unlimited number of books written by James H Cobb This novelist is remarkably talented Engaging characters, a marvelous female Naval Captain, and an amazing grasp of technological warfare and excitement.His book series has it all Impossible to put down I wish I could rate it 10 stars I would love to be his agent. Fantastic, like the rest of James Cobb s books It s a pure pleasure to read I particularly liked her interactions with the Marine CO Amanda rocks and so does this book First, if you are looking for the further adventures of the USS Cunningham, the super stealth destroyer, this isn t it All you get is Amanda G indaring escapades.Character development and interaction isn t this books strong suit Other than the interesting premise of using modified hovercraft as modern day PT Boats, everything feels tired and flat Amanda seems to be upping the ante on extreme military conduct, something that wouldn t feel right in the US Navy as it is seen today I like First, if you are looking for the further adventures of the USS Cunningham, the super stealth destroyer, this isn t it All you get is Amanda G indaring escapades.Character development and interaction isn t this books strong suit Other than the interesting premise of using modified hovercraft as modern day PT Boats, everything feels tired and flat Amanda seems to be upping the ante on extreme military conduct, something that wouldn t feel right in the US Navy as it is seen today I liked the first, as it was focused on how a single ship crew with modern capabilities could turn back a last generation navy The second extended it, though with wisps of outlandishness The third now wants to make it about the people, but really it was about the ship previously