When an unimaginable fortune is discovered at the bottom of the sea, the US Navy must navigate the treacherous waters of greed, corruption and espionage to stop a worldwide catastrophe.
Trillions of dollars’ worth of gold. Enough to launch an ambitious nation to a position of global primacy... permanently. It lies on the floor of the Pacific Ocean in hotly contested territory, and its discovery might be the spark that finally ignites a powder keg of long-simmering political and military antagonism. Commodore Joe Glass and the US Navy move swiftly to intervene. Submarines and SEALs deploy with haste, bringing cutting-edge technology, naval assets, and highly advanced fighting units into an increasingly tense standoff. Their mission: to prevent a global war and to protect the sovereignty and safety of those caught in the middle of the historic power-grab.
Then, when disaster strikes, adversaries and enemies must come together for one of the most spectacular and dramatic deep-sea rescues ever attempted.
Only the Brave
On July 21, 1944, a US Marine division landed on the beaches of Guam, a once sleepy island in the Pacific that had been seized from the Americans by the Japanese in the hours after Pearl Harbor. The Japanese would not give up easily, defending the island viciously, punching through American lines, and eventually resorting to banzai suicide attacks. The fighting was every bit as deadly as Iwo Jima or Okinawa would be. A compelling account of one of the toughest fights of the Pacific War, one that led to ten thousand American casualties and four Medals of Honor.
"…a brisk and assured history…this is an accessible and authoritative overview of a critical WWII campaign." — Publishers Weekly
Colors of Character
The inspiring, true story of one man's victory over family strife, racism, drugs and the gang lifestyle to become one of our most honored artists...based on Don's book DREAM ON...now a theatrical documentary film! And also available on DVD.
Don Keith's latest novel, THE SPIN, tells the story of one man's desperate spin of the roulette wheel in Las Vegas...an event that becomes so much more than just a foolish gamble...for him and for thousands of others who follow his quest to fulfill a long-held dream.
Steve R. Skipper is a brilliant painter with works hanging in impressive venues worldwide. He is also a former Crip, his gang's drug debt enforcer. His transition from vicious gang member to salvation is one of the most inspiring stories you will ever read. Contains color reproductions of many of his works.
"God has blessed Steve R. Skipper with both artistic talent and a spiritual sensitivity. He has captured God's miracle."
-- Civil Rights icon and former Ambassador Andrew Young
I’ve written more than thirty-five books, both fiction and non-fiction, on subjects in which I am naturally interested. Thankfully, enough readers share these interests that publishers keep allowing me to do so. I am also actively involved in telling stories through filmmaking. Click on a book cover above or visit the WORKS page to learn more about my books and see news on my film work throughout the site. And to readers and moviegoers everywhere, thank you!
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The co-author of Don Keith's book, THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN, David Rocco, recently gave a presentation on the book and the WWII hero it is about, Commodore Dixie Kiefer...Watch Video
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