Behind the Lines - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapters 13-15 Summary

Navy Lt. Chambers Lewis, recovering in a Brisbane hospital from a head injury he sustained in a drunken bathtub fall, ruminates on how many submarine missions he's been on despite the fact he is a coward, terrified of being in a metal tube underwater. A messenger from Admiral Wagam delivers word to Lewis that he is being released from the hospital as recovered from his concussion, and must report for duty as the admiral's aide. Six weeks later, the Navy determines that the submarine Remora is missing at sea and presumed lost with all hands. Lewis volunteers for service aboard the Sunfish on Operation Windmill and is so assigned. Six weeks later, the submarine Remora on which Lewis served many missions, is determined to be missing and presumed lost at sea with all hands.

Col. "Wild Bill" Donovan in Brisbane receives...

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