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Author: Daniel V. Gallery
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Publisher: Grand Central Pub (August 1, 1978)

The Brink by Daniel V. Gallery



Daniel Vincent Gallery was a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy. He saw extensive action during World War II, fighting U-Boats during the Battle of the Atlantic, where his most notable achievement was the June 4, 1944, capture of the German submarine U-505. After the war, Gallery was a prolific author of fiction and non-fiction. During the post-war military cutbacks, he wrote a series of artic Daniel Vincent Gallery was a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy.

Admiral Daniel V. Gallery earned himself a special place in the annals of naval history when he captured a German submarine in 1944. The U-505, the first enemy warship taken by the United States since 1815, is on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, dedicated as a memorial to all who lost their lives defending this country at sea. Although he retired from the Navy in 1960, Admiral Gallery is still pursuing his second highly successful career - as an author . This is a frightening, suspenseful novel, full of the lore of modern naval warfare and the intricacies of modern world politics, all underscored by emotions as old as man himself.

Daniel Vincent Gallery (July 10, 1901 – January 16, 1977) was a rear admiral in the United States Navy. During the post-war military cutbacks, he wrote a series of articles criticizing the heavy reductions being made to the US Navy.

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Daniel Gallery was an author on naval topics, writing ten books and a number of magazine articles and short stories. His fiction books are humorous except The Brink, which is a dramatic novel about the United States and the Soviet Union set aboard a Polaris missile submarine. Clear the Decks (Morrow, 1951). U-505 (original title: Twenty Million Tons Under the Sea) (1956). We Captured a U-boat (Popular Book Club, 1958). The Pueblo Incident (Doubleday, 1970). Eight Bells (original title: Eight Bells And All's Well) (Norton, 1965).

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Admiral Daniel V. Gallery earned himself a special place in the annals of naval history when he captured a German submarine in 1944. The U-505, the first enemy warship taken by the United States since 1815, is on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, dedicated as a memorial to all who lost their lives defending this country at sea.

Although he retired from the Navy in 1960, Admiral Gallery is still pursuing his second highly successful career -- as an author. Since World War II he's published dozens of articles and stories, two paperback originals and five books, which include Stand By To Start Engines. 8 Bells And All's Well, and Now Hear This.

The Brink is fiction. Some terrible tomorrow it could become fact, just the way it happens here...

In the icy gray reaches of the Polar Seas an American nuclear submarine confronts a Russian destroyer. There are feints and dodges; ominous maneuvers above and below the polar ice cap. And then, in one searing second, a ship is atomized into a cloud of radioactive debris...

In Washington, as the maneuvers become political and the stakes astronomical, men in high places must carefully assess their public images, their personal loyalties, their private ethics. These men will decide the fate of a world teetering on the brink...

This is a frightening, suspenseful novel, full of the lore of modern naval warfare and the intricacies of modern world politics, all underscored by emotions as old as man himself.

"The Brink makes The Bedford Incident, Red Alert and Fail Safe take a back seat for its ability to engross the reader in the dangerous dilemma of mutual nuclear holocaust." -- Library Journal

"Admiral Gallery takes you into the control room of the USS Nemo on station a hundred fathoms beneath the surface of the Norwegian Sea and you're there... the only reason you are glad to come to the end of the book is that you do find out that you have not yet been blown to smithereens."-- Shipmate

"Much salty talk, a great deal of action and suspense--not a dull page." -- Toledo Sunday Blade

"A humdinger, a cliff-hanger which most people will find difficult to put down unfinished." -- Army Times

"Powerful... a book you will want to read without interruption." -- Sacramento Bee
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Admiral Daniel V. Gallery earned himself a special place in the annals of naval history when he captured a German submarine in 1944. The U-505, the first enemy warship taken by the United States since 1815, is on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, dedicated as a memorial to all who lost their lives defending this country at sea.

Although he retired from the Navy in 1960, Admiral Gallery is still pursuing his second highly successful career -- as an author. Since World War II he's published dozens of articles and stories, two paperback originals and five books, which include Stand By To Start Engines. 8 Bells And All's Well, and Now Hear This.

The Brink is fiction. Some terrible tomorrow it could become fact, just the way it happens here...

In the icy gray reaches of the Polar Seas an American nuclear submarine confronts a Russian destroyer. There are feints and dodges; ominous maneuvers above and below the polar ice cap. And then, in one searing second, a ship is atomized into a cloud of radioactive debris...

In Washington, as the maneuvers become political and the stakes astronomical, men in high places must carefully assess their public images, their personal loyalties, their private ethics. These men will decide the fate of a world teetering on the brink...

This is a frightening, suspenseful novel, full of the lore of modern naval warfare and the intricacies of modern world politics, all underscored by emotions as old as man himself.

"The Brink makes The Bedford Incident, Red Alert and Fail Safe take a back seat for its ability to engross the reader in the dangerous dilemma of mutual nuclear holocaust." -- Library Journal

"Admiral Gallery takes you into the control room of the USS Nemo on station a hundred fathoms beneath the surface of the Norwegian Sea and you're there... the only reason you are glad to come to the end of the book is that you do find out that you have not yet been blown to smithereens."-- Shipmate

"Much salty talk, a great deal of action and suspense -- not a dull page." -- Toledo Sunday Blade

"A humdinger, a cliff-hanger which most people will find difficult to put down unfinished." -- Army Times

"Powerful... a book you will want to read without interruption." -- Sacramento Bee