Deep Black

Deep Black

Death Wave

Book - 2011
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Stephen Coonts and William H. Keith's Deep Black: Death Wave continues the bestselling technothriller series.

In Central Asia, a dangerous shipment has vanished. Twelve nuclear warheads--with a combined power greater than the Hiroshima bomb--have been stolen by a deadly new alliance of international terrorists. Their plan: Use man-made weapons to trigger a devastating natural catastrophe--the largest tsunami the world has ever seen...

Enter Deep Black: a secret unit of the NSA led by former Marine sniper Charlie Dean. With his hand-picked team of special ops, Dean follows the terrorists' trail to the Canary Islands. But time is running out. In hours, the warheads will be detonated and a thousand-foot wave will rise. In it's path of destruction lies every city on America's eastern coast.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Paperbacks, c2011
ISBN: 9780312375492
Branch Call Number: Pbk COO
Alternative Title: Death wave


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Dec 18, 2017

Had to stop reading... Ugly authoring..

Sep 27, 2016

Lost me, went off on too many tangents.

Apr 17, 2011

Coonts has a tendency to stretch his plots too thin but in this book, he stretched it to the max and made it almost non-existent, way beyond the point of any credibility

debwalker Jan 25, 2011

Deep Black: Death Wave by Stephen Coonts and William H. Keith follows NSA operatives trying to stop a terrorist plot to cause a cataclysmic landslide in the Canary Islands.

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