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Unbroken Silence

“Great novel about geopolitics and military operations!”


At the height of the cold war, beneath the waves of a cold Baltic Sea, a young Swedish submarine sailor makes a critical decision.

One that puts them all in harm’s way. As the submarine then fails to report on time, the issue quickly escalates through the military and the government ranks.

The disappearance is linked to the sighting of a foreign vessel, and while the government is quick to appoint blame, Admiral Klas Nylund struggles to find the truth about his missing boat.

Seeking outside help, Nylund finds himself in a race with his own Navy, military intelligence, and the Swedish government’s political priorities.

Unbroken Silence, a work of fiction based at the height of the cold war, rests on facts and existing theories about what actually happened in the murky waters of the Swedish archipelago in the 1980s.

A riddle unsolved to this day woven together by that former member of the Swedish submarine force.

Book Reviews
Unbroken Silence is a gripping cold war thriller that is based on true events, making it all the more intense and intriguing for readers. The author masterfully blends fact and fiction to create a believable and captivating story that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end. The characters are well-developed and the plot is full of unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader engaged. Overall, this is a great read for anyone interested in geopolitics and military operations.
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