The Hunt for Sunan [NOOK Book]

Overview

A 1967 refinery explosion outside of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, plants the seed for a covert plan that threatens the town of La Salle, Louisiana, a small farming town north of Baton Rouge.

Forty years later, a late night phone call sends Arizona civil engineer Daniel Hartwick on a business trip to La Salle. Sabotage threaten to flood La Salle, which sits in the shadow of the massive Mississippi River levee. There he joins up with two colleagues from Kansas City, his friend Yanus ...

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The Hunt for Sunan

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Overview

A 1967 refinery explosion outside of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, plants the seed for a covert plan that threatens the town of La Salle, Louisiana, a small farming town north of Baton Rouge.

Forty years later, a late night phone call sends Arizona civil engineer Daniel Hartwick on a business trip to La Salle. Sabotage threaten to flood La Salle, which sits in the shadow of the massive Mississippi River levee. There he joins up with two colleagues from Kansas City, his friend Yanus Fautonov, originally from the Ukraine, and Nadine Russo who was called away from her husband and two teenagers.

Obsessed with UFO's and internet reports of alien sightings, Yanus's theories were never taken seriously by Daniel and Nadine. But soon after their arrival in La Salle, Yanus disappears from his hotel room. Daniel and Nadine are drawn into a manhunt for their missing colleague. A family crisis distracts Nadine, but she continues with the search until she can fly home.

Yanus may not be who he says he is, and appears to have a unique connection to his kidnappers. Daniel and Nadine stumble into a buried past hidden in La Salle and an underlying conspiracy. They soon become targets themselves. In the process of searching for Yanus, battling personal challenges, and running for their lives, Daniel and Nadine are drawn together.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000833339
  • Publisher: Brian Davis
  • Publication date: 3/7/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 265 KB

Meet the Author

Brian Paul Davis, a native of the Albany, New York area, lives with his wife in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona. As a licensed professional engineer, he has worked on design projects from coast-to-coast, including bridges, reservoirs, submarines, and flood protection walls. Inspired by a visit to a flood wall project in New Orleans, Brian brings a new perspective to mystery writing with The Hunt for Sunan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2010

    Great ending.

    The story moves fast. No fluff and few nonessential scenes. Fascinating plot line. The main conflict is resolved with a great ending, but not everything is wrapped up in the end. Some lingering questions are suggested or hinted at. I would also like to find out more about what happens to Daniel and Nadine afterwords. Do they get together? Enjoyable story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2010

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    Fast easy read.

    Fast easy read. Multifaceted story line. Likable characters. Great ending. Primed for a sequel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2011

    Interesting concept. Good story.

    Interesting concept. Good story. Short novel. Easy reading.

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