The Solomon Effect [NOOK Book]

Overview

A German U-boat lost in the final days of the Second World War rested silent and dead in the deep waters off the Russian coast for more than half a century—carrying a cargo too terrifying to contemplate.

Now it has been found and its terrible treasure liberated . . . by those who would set the world on fire.

A remote viewer working in top secret for the U.S. government, October Guinness can "see" events occurring on the other side of the ...

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The Solomon Effect

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Overview

A German U-boat lost in the final days of the Second World War rested silent and dead in the deep waters off the Russian coast for more than half a century—carrying a cargo too terrifying to contemplate.

Now it has been found and its terrible treasure liberated . . . by those who would set the world on fire.

A remote viewer working in top secret for the U.S. government, October Guinness can "see" events occurring on the other side of the globe. But she and her loose cannon partner, CIA agent Jax Alexander—who questions the validity of Tobie's "gift"—have arrived too late to prevent a bloodbath . . . and perhaps the Apocalypse as well. Now every second brings the unthinkable a step closer—and places Tobie and Jax in the gunsights of powerful enemies in frighteningly high places—as they race to connect the dots between an impending catastrophe and a nightmare cultivated decades earlier by Nazi scientists with an evil agenda about to become all too real …

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061938931
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/29/2009
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 176,962
  • File size: 719 KB

Meet the Author

C.S. Graham is the pseudonym of writing team Steven Harris and Candice Proctor. Steven Harris spent twenty-one years as an Army Intelligence officer. His career ranged from participation in the Army's controversial domestic spying activities to running agents in Southeast Asia. He also spent ten years in Washington, D.C., working at the national intelligence level. Candice Proctor is the author of more than a dozen previous novels, including the critically acclaimed Sebastian St. Cyr mystery series published under the name C.S. Harris. A former academic with a P.h.D. in history, she has lived most of her life abroad, in Europe, the Middle East, and Australia.

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  • Posted July 16, 2010

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    I enjoyed it.

    I enjoyed this book. There were a few things that I didn't care for though. First was one of the main characters. She was at time very strong and even aggressive and sometimes just kicked ass! Other times she was the epitome of a weakling bleeding heart. I want to say that the author has done a lot of research for historical accuracy as well as mingling in fiction. For that I will say thank you! I was shocked though to have a Navy ensign that could not shoot. Preposterous. ok enough about that. The content of the book kept me reading the story was easy to follow and I really enjoyed the interactions between characters. I felt like I was going along with them on their journey. This book at times kept me on the edge of my seat and at other times really made me mad. (in a good way) Would I read it again? Probably. I won't delete it from my nook that is for sure.

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  • Posted November 10, 2009

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    The Solomon Effect, a great book

    I've read a few books by C. S. Graham and plan to eagerly find another old or new book he has written. I've always loved the plots in his books. Definitely something to get away from it all and sink down into a comfy chair with a latte. It gets tense, but at least I can get away from my worries for awhile.

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