It was an official test run: nothing dangerous, nothing unplanned,
just a chance to show the brass and the press how the new atomic sub
took to the depths. Don Miller was thrilled to be aboard. It was the
chance of a lifetime, and he wouldn't have missed it for the world.
But at 500 fathoms, there was trouble with the tanks. At 700 there
was even more, and there was a limit to the pressure even a sub like Triton
could take. Suddenly it was obvious that things were not happening
accidentally, that at a depth never before possible for a man to reach,
the sub was being sabotaged!
This was a Winston Juvenile 'way way back in 1953. Not reprinted until
1969 in this Tempo Books edition. Some dirt and crinkles visible on the
exterior, and light corner wear. Pages are off-white, binding tight and
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