(From the publisher):
Robert Vaughan follows the successful Touch the Face of God with another heartbreaking novel set in the drama of World War II. In Whose Voice the Water Heard, Vaughan brings to life the crowded quarters, isolation, and uncomfortable temperatures endured by the crews aboard U.S. submarines. Describing the "Great War" with keen detail, Vaughan weaves a tale of suspense and romance using unforgettable characters like Patrick Hanifin, a talented piano player from New York City, Diane Slayton, an American missionary in Japan, and Leon "Choirboy" Jackson - a mess steward, man of faith, and decorated war hero who finds that his greatest foe lies in the rascist backwoods of Georgia. These characters are thrown together for survival in a time like no other in history.
Original title: Whose Voice the Waters Heard
Genre: Fiction→ Historical→ World War II