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Tomahawk (Dan Lenson #5)

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The bestselling novels of David Poyer have been read by millions around the world, and The New York Times Book Review has proclaimed: "Poyer knows what he is writing about when it comes to anything on, above or below the water." Now he unleashes a heart-pounding new novel combining the thrilling elements of military intrigue, Pentagon politics, Chinese espionage and human ...more
Paperback, 468 pages
Published January 15th 2000 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published March 1st 1998)
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Jim Stennett
First half is dull as dirt, second half really picks up the pace. I still dislike the main character and not having read the previous four books in the series probably hurts my ability to do so. I doubt the Navy would allow someone working on a top secret project to move on with a girl on trial for sabotage, but what do I know?
Bob Spiker
I am a big fan of David Poyer, this book has special meaning as I was given the rare opportunity to review his manuscript prior to the book going to print. I love David's style and how he keeps the reader on the edge of their seats waiting for the next bomb to drop on poor Dan Lenson...
Lots of really complicated engineer/speak jargon, but beautifully balanced by the sensitive writing about the inner struggles of the very real main character Dan Lenson.
Shows the hard work of the military to stay on top of things in the world.
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Aka D.C. Poyer.

DAVID CHARLES POYER was born in DuBois, PA in 1949. He grew up in Brockway, Emlenton, and Bradford, in western Pennsylvania, and graduated from Bradford Area High School in 1967. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1971, and later received a master's degree from George Washington University.

Poyer's active and reserve naval service included sea duty in the Atlan
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