The Last Man

The Last Man

by P. T. Deutermann
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The Last Man by P. T. Deutermann

A woman goes missing, sending a young nuclear engineer on a quest deep into the Judean desert to the legendary fortress of Masada, where secrets are concealed

When a young Israeli woman suddenly goes missing, her boyfriend, an American nuclear engineer, suspects her disappearance is connected to her tantalizing theory about the haunting fortress of Masada. He decides to travel to Herod's 2000 year old mountain fortress to see if her theory was right. There, he makes a discovery so astonishing that forces from the dark side of Israeli intelligence begin to converge on him to deflect his pursuit of the truth by any means necessary. With the aid of a beautiful Israeli archaeologist, he struggles to bring to light the treasures he believes are concealed in the mountain, unaware that there is a dangerous contemporary secret at stake.

P.T. Deutermann's fifteenth novel, The Last Man, brings all the excitement and pulse-thumping action his fans have come to expect.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780312599454
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 05/22/2012
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.44(w) x 9.34(h) x 1.24(d)

About the Author

P.T. DEUTERMANN spent twenty-six years in military and government service before retiring to begin his writing career. He is the author of thirteen novels and lives with his wife in North Carolina.

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The Last Man 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
hauptmann More than 1 year ago
While I enjoy all his books this one has that extra adventure and suspense reminiscent of his earlier books. It's a little slow at the beginning but then develops well and takes you along to the end. A good read, well done.
Patarma6 More than 1 year ago
The story starts slowly without the current trend toward "instant-action", or "instant crisis" ....... which is a welcome feature. The necessary parts of a knowledge of the history surrounding the Masada mount are filtered in bits and pieces without a pedantic essay. The building "anticipations", of both personal interactions, and the variation of the known history are nicely paced and do not overplay to the to overly dramatic. A modest knowledge of the "Jewish revolt" of 70AD helps but is not essential.
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I enjoyed it.
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