The GateeBook - 2011
NY Times bestseller A thriller delivers in all areas: plot, suspense, authenticity and pace. --Library Journal"Exciting and authentic! Don't miss this." --WEB Griffen NY Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Bob Mayer Over four million books sold. Translated into over a dozen languages. Reference Mayers Thrillers Mayer had me hooked from the very first page. Stephen Coonts Exciting and authentic. Dont miss this one! W.E.B. Griffen Fascinating, imaginative and nerve-wracking. Kirkus Reviews"A pulsing technothriller. A nailbiter in the best tradition of adventure fiction. Publishers Weekly. What if the Japanese succeeded in their atomic bomb program in World War II? And what if the legacy of that program has sat in a submarine at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge for all the decades since then? In Manchuria in 1945 a German U-Boat delivers the dying Reichs processed uranium. As Russian forces close in on the infamous Unit 731 Concentration Camp, the Japanese load one of the two bombs theyve developed on a submarine bound for the United States. They detonate the other to destroy all evidence. Present day United States. Lake, a covert operative for the United States government, is on the trail of rogue militia terrorists. He begins to learn that various factions are all searching for something in the San Francisco area. Something powerful. Something that was lost over sixty years ago, but still can be a powerful weapon in the wrong hands. Battling the Japanese Yakuza, North Korean agents, home-grown terrorists, and betrayal in his own organization, Lake must uncover the history of this threat in order to prevent disaster. --Provided by the publisher.
Publisher: Knoxville, TN, USA : Cool Gus Publishing, 2011
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