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1943: The destroyer USS Eldridge vanishes during the Philadelphia Experiment. The ship invisibility project ends.

Nuremberg, 1946: Nazi death camp doctor Martin von Kemnitz is hanged.

The Pentagon, 1999: A dying hand gifts Angie Milano and Jim Munroe with the deadly legacy that is the Eldridge Roster, the long-lost crew list of the Philadelphia Experiment. The two are soon o
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Published May 2011 by Stephen Ames Berry (first published August 9th 2010)
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Randy
1943: The destroyer USS Eldridge vanishes during the Philadelphia Experiment. The ship invisibility project ends.

Nuremberg, 1946: Nazi death camp doctor Martin von Kemnitz is hanged.

The Pentagon, 1999: A dying hand gifts Angie Milano and Jim Munroe with the deadly legacy that is the Eldridge Roster, the long-lost crew list of the Philadelphia Experiment. The two are soon on the run from the vicious killers sent for the roster. Without it, Project Telemachus, perversion of a wondrous meld of gene
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Chris
Well written story of what possibly could have happened after the Philadelphia experiment to the succeeding generations. There are quite a few twists and turns in the story and it seems at the end that there is room for a follow-on novel. The characters are well thought out. The only problem I had with the Kindle version is since I was reading it on my phone with the Kindle App there was maybe 1/4th of a page displayed each time since the font was so large. I reduced it as much as possible and i ...more
Wayne
Thought it was pretty good. The Eldridge story is on of my all time favorites--this is why I started on this book. Found it a little distracting when there were no quotes at the end of a character speaking in many places. I am no grammar expert, but it didn't seem right. And in the epilogue... who is Cassandra? I must have glossed over that detail somewhere in the main part of the book.
Anna
Finished reading this yesterday and really enjoyed it. An interesting cast of characters and a plot that makes you wonder just how far the government would go and not let the rest of us know what's going on. Definitely a book I would read again.
Tom
Fast paced and exciting, it was a very enjoyable read. It never disappointed me. I will definitely read some of the authors other books in the very near future.
Kim
Sep 02, 2012 Kim rated it 2 of 5 stars
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Kind of a scattered story with many annoying grammatical errors that any editor worth their salt should have caught.
Alan
fast paced suspensful mystery/sci fi but the ending is somewhat lacking.
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