You?re Five-Star Admiral Harry Fenton, who President Blake calls the greatest fighting admiral in American history. Along with your Navy Commander wife, Meg, you lead your carrier strike group against the worst enemy the country has faced since World War II, a small nation that is intent on destroying the world?s shipping industry.
The seas of the world have become scenes of plunder, pillage, and mass murder. The president has convinced you to come out of retirement and put an end to the looming crisis. He promotes you to Fleet Admiral, the highest-ranking officer since Admiral Chester Nimitz. You and Meg were having a pleasant retirement, running a world-class resort that you bought in Rhode Island. But when the president pleads you to ?Give ?em Hell, Harry,? you know that you can?t ignore his call to duty.
As people who have time traveled in the past, you come up with an idea to travel three years into the future. With President Blake?s blessing, you and Meg lead a group of officers into the future. What you find is horrifying, an America has taken over by a totalitarian dictator.
You return to the past and report your findings. President Blake, hearing your terrifying story, convinces you that you have an even bigger call to duty, the greatest challenge of your life. You take on the challenge for one reason?Meg will be at your side. As in the first two books of the Harry and Meg Series, The Maltese Incident and The Violent Sea, A Sea of Fear is a sweet romance between two of literature?s most exciting and likable characters, Harry and Meg Fenton. A Sea of Fear is a story of war, politics, time travel, and love.