Unheard, Unseen... by Daniel Lloyd Little is a riveting
adventure thriller involving the Royal Canadian Navy submarine HMCS Corner Brook and US Navy SEALs in a dangerous covert operation
that could save the world from future nuclear annihilation.
It is 2009 and North Korea has purchased four outdated submarine launched ballistic missile boosters from a French company
tasked with destroying the rockets. Because they are not a weapon in and of themselves, international law governing
the sale of strategic weapons can not prevent the acquisition. Both the US and Canadian governments however, know too well
what the unstable North Korean leader intends for the rocket boosters in light of his failure to successfully launch a missile
of his own.
When a carefully planned covert mission by US Navy SEALs to intercept the rockets unravels due to mechanical
problems with the US Navy ultra quiet spy submarine USS Jimmy Carter, a replacement must be found and quickly! The surprising
solution comes in the form of a Canadian submarine.
Commander Michael Simpson, nearing the end of his career with
the Royal Canadian navy has few doubts concerning the capabilities of HMCS Corner Brook, and he knows that his crew is the
best out there. The only answer to his orders is the same one that has echoed throughout the history of one of the world’s
best trained navies; ‘ready, aye ready’. In Unheard Unseen, the author takes the reader on a thrilling adventure
as the officers and crew of HMCS Corner Brook and a team of US Navy SEALs undertake a mission fraught with danger!
Unlikely? Click here to view an article from the Halifax Chronicle Herald.
Daniel donates copies of his
novel to the Pointe-au-Pere Museum where the submarine
HMCS Onondaga is on display. Pictured here are Daniel, Anne-Marie Bourassa and Moe Allard.
Click the image above to visit the site.
In Unheard, Unseen,
Daniel Little shows the Royal Canadian Navy at its best as the crew of the submarine HMCS Corner Brook is dispatched
to deliver a squad
of US Navy SEALs on a mission that will see both of them forced to deal not only with the inherent suspense
of a special operation,
but also with a deadly game of cat and mouse.
In the cutaway above, you can see the layout of the Victoria Class SSK's.
(Image used with permission of Canadian Government)