The Chase by Herzel Frenkel eBook Review #TheChase #Review

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The Chase: One Courageous Skipper Battling The Perilous Evil Out To Destroy Him by Herzel Frenkel

A gripping adventure at sea…For the lone skipper of the Galatea sailing yacht in the Aegean Sea off the coast of Turkey, a peaceful vacation turns into a race for his life.

Things I Love & Learnt About The Chase: One Courageous Skipper Battling The Perilous Evil Out To Destroy Him by Herzel Frenkel

The Chase by Herzel Frenkel snatched me from reality and dragged me into an unfamiliar world of Russian submarines, sailing, skippers, sailboats and spies…The unfamiliar quickly becomes familiar and the story captivated me right from the start…Herzel Frenkel is a master at creating vivid pictures with very little words and a master at weaving a story with many twists and turns…Avri, a sailboat skipper sailing in the Aegean Sea off the coast of Turkey, suddenly watches his peaceful vacation being turned into a race for his life… The Galatea, his yacht, crashes into a Russian submarines and from this point on the chase is on: submarine vs. sailboat…From this moment, the book will have you on the edge of your seat for hours…it is fast, it is exciting, it is an adventure, and it is intriguing… this is a book that MUST be read…

 

 

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About the Author

2My name is Herzel (pronounced like Hertz rent a car with an L at the end) Frenkel. I am 77 years young, an engineer by profession, a sailor by heart and retired from both. I now employ my creativity writing books. The Chase is my third literary creation. Born and raised in Israel, I studied mechanical engineering at Los Angeles State University (then known as Cal State L.A.) and enjoyed most of my career years designing radars and MRI apparatuses. In between I managed to raise a daughter, a son and four grandchildren and to lose my beloved wife to cancer. For years, on many vacations, I sailed with my wife amongst the many Mediterranean ports equating Greek and Turk folks alike. The Med ambient and its people were the background for this book.

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