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Zero Option

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  190 ratings  ·  9 reviews
When FBI Agent David Stafford finds himself on the Bureau's "out" list for publicly blowing the whistle on a corrupt colleague, he receives a low-profile assignment to investigate an Atlanta military base, where someone is suspected of auctioning off equipment without authorization.
Now a cylinder containing an extremely hazardous biochemical weapon is missing, and Staffor
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Published August 28th 1998 by Brilliance Audio
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Elwood Blues
Non stop

Again,PT Deuterman puts one out of the park. This book was great. It never stopped...loaded with action and details of a chemical and biological nightmare. As usual as...tons of twists.
This was an interesting enough read but it didn't resonate enough on the character development level for me. There wasn't any character I really believed in or wanted to keep knowing after the story ended. I ended the story with a shrug, happy it had fulfilled my need for a "Z" in the alphabet challenge.
The Army loses a tube of chemical/biological weapons material. It's not
really lost because we, the readers, know where it is; in the hands of a
bad guy.
The book was very good, though a little drawn out in places. Without wanting to spoil anything, there was one track that could have been left out.
Good story line, wasn't quite expecting the paranormal aspect, but it was pretty well done. Fast paced.
Toesnorth's mom
too far out, started out ok but ending was silly
good. interesting story, liked hero.
John Machata
Too Army jargon. Fun enough.
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P. T. Deutermann is a retired Navy captain and has served in the joint Chiefs of Staff as an arms control specialist. He is the author of sixteen novels, and lives in North Carolina. His World War II adventure novel Pacific Glory won the W. Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction, administered by the American Library Association. His most recent novel is Ghosts of Bungo Suido, pu ...more
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