"A fascinating account of a little-known facet of the German Navy of World War II--the fleet of nine warships that cruised the seven seas disguised as merchantmen, and sank or captured more than a million tons of allied shipping. Their stories are exciting reading and form a significant part of the naval history of World War II. Author Duffy tells them well, in these high tension accounts of adventure on the high seas. A valuable addition to any WW II collection."-Edwin P. Hoyt author of 199 Days: The Battle for Stalingrad
About the Author
James P. Duffy is a writer specializing in military history._He is the author of 12 books including two on World War II and one on the American Civil War.