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Tark's Ticks Gauntlet

A WWII Novel

220 pages
Severn River Publishing Llc

After the hell of Bataan, getting home was supposed to be the easy part.

They battled the Japanese for months. Now Staff Sergeant Tarkington and his battered and bruised GIs are finally on their way out. Riding beneath the waves inside a Gato-Class submarine should be a relief from the constant strain of combat, but traversing hundreds of miles of enemy-infested waters turns out to be anything but.

Tark's Ticks find that the sea holds as many dangers as the jungles. With courage, unwavering commitment, and sheer tenacity, they meet the dangers head-on.

Can they fight through the ever-tightening noose of the Imperial Japanese Navy? Find out in the gritty third book of the Tark's Ticks Series


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Author Bio
Chris Glatte graduated from the University of Oregon with a BA in English Literature and worked as a river guide/kayak instructor for a decade before training as an Echocardiographer. He worked in the medical field for over 20 years, and now writes full time. Chris is the author of multiple historical fiction thriller series, including Tark's Ticks, a set of popular WWII novels. He lives in Southern Oregon with his wife, two boys, and ever-present Labrador, Hoover. When he's not writing or reading, Chris can be found playing in the outdoors-usually on a river or mountain.