|Stephen Coonts' Deep Black: Dark Zone (2004) [Novel]|
by Stephen Coonts Jim DeFelice
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Series: Deep Black
(From the publisher):
In a secluded headquarters on the other side of the globe a terrorist mission is underway-a plan to set-off an underwater explosion so great, and with such hellish force, that it could shift the very foundation of the earth's surface causing untold calamity and world-wide disaster. The terrorists call it God's Revenge.
A nuclear warhead has gone missing. Small in size, it packs up to ten times the kilotons that exploded over Hiroshima. It's now in the wrong hands, ready to detonate a world war of unfathomable proportions.
In the top secret headquarters of the National Security Agency, a small cadre of special agents form Deep Black, designed to bring a techno edge to covert operations and eliminate the cyber threats to world peace. This is Charlie Dean's world-an NSA ex-marine sniper now enlisted to stop the unthinkable. But when his suspicions of a traitor in his shadow become frighteningly true, Dean's race against time could mean the end of the free world.
Original title: Stephen Coonts' Deep Black: Dark Zone
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Spy/Espionage
Fiction→ Adventure→ Political Intrigue and Terrorism