The group slips into Russia to find the remnants of the plane and identify a coup plot in Russia. Paul Hood, Director of the Op-Center, must answer these questions. It verged on overly-technical, much of which added nothing to the story. The Deep Black team stumbles across an even more alarming secret-a plot to assassinate the Russian president and overthrow the democratic government by force. In a war where both sides operate in deep disguise, Deep Black must fight a world where betrayal, trust, faith, and doubt collide…. I didn't care for the narration, so I hope the next book is read by someone else.
Well, it's just fiction, but I would expec I just could not throw the feeling that I was reading the script to a brainless action movie rather than a techno-thriller-novel. Now, he is going to prove that for him, there's no gray area between killing for a living-and killing to stay alive. He accumulated 1600 hours in the A-6 Intruder and earned a number of Navy commendations, including the Distinguished Flying Cross. Firstly, I think I may be over this genre, so my rating is definitely based on my feelings rather than being a reflection on the quality of the book. Coonts grew up in Buckhannon, West Virginia, a small coal-mining town and earned an B. It's a mystery how it was discovered and why it was shot at.
In the top-secret headquarters of the National Security Agency, a small cadre of special agents form Deep Black, a team designed to bring a techno-edge to covert operations and eliminate the cyber-threats to world peace. Maybe it was because there was a guest author on this one too, so it wasn't a true Coonts novel. I didn't care for the narration, so I hope the next book is read by someone e Since this is the first Deep Black novel I've read, it took several chapters to identify the characters. Light wear to the cover corner tips. Coonts grew up in Buckhannon, West Virginia, a small coal-mining town and earned an B. Dark Zone In the top secret headquarters of the National Security Agency, a small cadre of special agents form Deep Black, designed to bring a techno edge to covert operations and eliminate the cyber threats to world peace. Unless you throw the book away for a better book.
An instant classic, the book was translated into more than 20 languages and made into a major motion picture. Of course, she's gorgeous and sexy. In 1986, he was honored by the U. No one is claiming responsibility. Without question, the strength of the book lies in its flying scenes when Jake Grafton straps himself into the cockpit of his A-6 Intruder.
In this book Coonts shares billing with Jim Felice. Thrills abound in their effort to find the answers. I guess my main complaint is that there doesn't seem to be a star - no one character that stands out as particularly likeable. In a secluded headquarters on the other side of the globe, a terrorist mission is underway - a plan to set of an underwater explosion so great, with such a hellish force, that it could shift the very foundation of the earth's surface, causing untold calamity and world-wide disaster. Do women have to be of noxious and crude to be tough? It's not the best book I've read, but not the worst either. Her male counterparts didn't behave this way. With no clearance from the government it's called on to protect, the National Security Agency goes to war.
The Deep Black team stumbles Book Description from Amazon: A spy plane gathering data on a new Russian weapon is blown out of the sky by a mysterious MiG. The terrorists call it God's Revenge. If even half the technology that is showcased in this book is currently in play by various federal agencies, I begin to realize just how long modern Stephan Coonts is one of my favorite authors who writes in the techno-thriller genre. I wouldn't bother reading this one unless you're stuck somewhere with no other choice. After joining the upon graduation and then going to , Coonts went to flight school at and earned his wings as a in 1969.
A Deep Black team stumbles across an even more alarming secret - a plot to assassinate the Russian president and overthrow democratic government by force. With no clearance from the government it's called on to protect, the National Security Agency goes to war. Stephen Coonts is the author of The Disciple, The Assassin, and the Deep Black and Saucers series, among many other bestsellers. The coup could have dire consequences for Russia and the world. Our leading characters, Charlie Dean, a ex-Marine sniper, and Lia DeFrancesca, a former Delta Force trooper, spend most of the book deep in Russia ferreting out various evidence of mischief by the bad guys.
Something about this really jars me, and reduced my enjoyment of this book. It's a mystery how i Stephen Coonts is another of the best selling authors working with a co-writer to turn out more books a year Cussler, Patterson are others. And that enemy is playing to the death. It's beginning to look like Stephen Coonts doesn't know where to take his career now that the Jake Grafton series has been pretty well tapped out. A nuclear warhead has gone missing.