Dark zone / Stephen Coonts and Jim DeFelice.
By: Coonts, Stephen.
Contributor(s): DeFelice, James | DeFelice, Jim.Material type: BookSeries: Coonts, Stephen, Stephen Coonts' Deep black: 3.Publisher: London : Orion, 2005Description: 341 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0752867822 (hbk.) :; 0752857320 (tpb.).Other title: Deep black : Dark zone.Subject(s): Terrorism -- Fiction | Secret service -- FictionGenre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction)DDC classification: 813.54
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
The mission seems routine: go to London, meet someone in a park, obtain a list of computers that are being used secretly by terrorists to pass messages. But just as Deep Black operatives Charlie Dean and Tommy Karr are about to meet their contact, a sniper guns the stranger down. DeFrancesca, a sexy ass-kicking woman and Dean's only weakness, gets called in to help. The investigation kicks into high gear when the murder is found to be connected to the disappearance of a French atomic warhead built in the 1960s. Soon it becomes apparent that what was thought to be an elaborate plan by terrorists to blow up the Eiffel Tower is only a diversionary plan for the real target: the Channel Tunnel. A nuclear warhead going off in the tunnel will create an earthquake, triggering a tsunami powerful enough to wipe out the coasts of France and England, killing hundreds of thousands. This is Deep Black's most dangerous mission yet. It will require all their talents and all their teamwork to make sure that things go right and that justice is served.
Sequel to: Biowar.
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