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Ground Zero (Repairman Jack Series #13)

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  • Posted September 17, 2009

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    F Paul Wilson does it again

    Another hit in the Repairman Jack series. Had to devour this as soon as it was out... can't wait for the last two.

    Beats Dan Brown's new book hands down! (Jeers to B&N for not even listing it as a new release though. I smell kickbacks.)

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  • Posted July 15, 2009

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    fast-paced and filled with an apocalyptic 9/11 conspiracy subplot

    On 9/11 a person in a boat in New York Harbor detonates explosives planted in the Twin Towers at about the same that al-Qaeda agents commit suicide by crashing airplanes into the two buildings. The boatman quietly escapes as the Towers collapse and the world blames al-Qaeda whose leadership also believes they did the dastardly deed.

    Several years later, Eddie Connell asks Repairman Jack to find his missing sister Weezy, a forensic scientist who anonymously placed her brilliant 9/11 findings on the web. Jack locates Weezy in a hospital. She, and anyone trying to protect her, is in danger. Weezy found evidence of strange suspicious stock trading just prior to the World Trade Center destruction. Additionally, she shows to Jack that someone's picture was deleted from photos of bin Laden and his top deputies. Soon Jack and the Connell siblings conclude the world is in peril perhaps from the Otherness or the adversary he dubs the One missing from the pictures.

    Although fast-paced and filled with an apocalyptic 9/11 conspiracy subplot, the latest Repairman Jack thriller is saved from being grounded by Weezy's key appearance (see JACK: SECRET HISTORIES). Filled with plenty of action, Jack struggles to keep Weezy safe while she continues her ingenious effort to solve the 9/11 puzzle. As Year Zero Minus One countdown continues, readers will enjoy GROUND ZERO, but mot quite as frightening as the other Minus entries perhaps because of the 9/11 connection in which reality was the chiller.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2013

    Highly Recommend

    My son is the one reading all these books and he LOVES them. Check them out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2009

    Ground Zero- A Repaiman Jack series

    The Repairman Jack series is one of the best that I have read in a long time. I always look forward to reading his story. I feel let down when I get to the end, because I want to know what is going on at all times there. I hope everyone reads his tale from begining to end.

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