Steve Kingston's best-selling imaginative tale of a time-traveling West German navy ship changes the course of 20th century history forever, preventing great tragedies but at a cost for its strong and varied cast. It's available now in paperback.
When an superpowered alien teenage bat sent a 1990 West German patrol boat back in time, it caused a few ripples, and not only in the North Sea. The Sea Eagle Secret became the biggest story of the century, changing history for German sailors, Russian spies, French soldiers, Chinese politicians, Japanese admirals, British scientists, Czech bureaucrats, American airmen, and many others (not to mention Gilberto). This is history as it might have been and maybe should have been, with fewer Nazis and shorter wars. Expect instead constitutional monarchies, marriages and lots of really big explosions.
A wry alternate technothriller for fans of naval combat and alternate history alike, 'The Sea Eagles' leads readers through a very different, very exciting, and occasionally very funny world.