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Dark Fathom

4.04  ·  Rating details ·  54 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Easton could discern a slight hump where the shape was its widest, and he swam there, hovering over it and fanning the sand with his hand. After five minutes, he had exposed a few inches of metal beam, fabric on one side. The bomb-bay door - it was partially a jar. He took out the Geiger counter and held it over the gap. Half the yellow LEDs came alive ... Beck Easton, sof ...more
Paperback, 364 pages
Published December 13th 2005 by Zondervan Publishing Company
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Feb 06, 2015 rated it really liked it
Beck Easton is leading a double life. Most know him as a partner in software company Blue Corner Technologies. Few know him as a member of the National Security Agency. Instead of a supposed business trip for Blue Corner, he's actually on assignment in Columbia assassinating a couple of drug dealers at the opening of Dark Fathom. But he's tired of his double life and ready to cash in. As soon as Blue Corner goes public, he plans to retire and leave his NSA days far behind.

Unbeknownst to Beck, a
"This is the second book I've read featuring Beck Easton (the first was this book's sequel) and it is an improvement in the diving/technical categories. Here, Easton contemplates leaving government service (he's an NSA agent) for good, but is drawn back in when intelligence reports reveal that an al-Qaeda operative is on U.S. soil and possibly planning an attack with a dirty bomb from World War II.

There is a lot of technical diving information as well as WWII history here, and the author clearl
Nov 11, 2008 rated it it was ok
Ohh Christian Fiction - you are so far not as bad as I anticipated but the qualifying phrases in your reviews "even a non-Christian would enjoy it" make me hate you nonetheless! Totally reading you on work time otherwise it will never happen.

*** okay - so it was as bad as I thought it would be when the romantic couple kept using the Bible like a ouija board to solve problems. How that helps find an atomic bomb from Nazi Germany in Bermuda I don't know. Why must the publishers let this happen?!?!
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Tom Morrisey is the author of six novels and short stories, is a world-renowned adventure-travel writer whose work has appeared in Outside, Sport Diver (where he serves as Editor at Large) and other leading magazines. He holds an MA in English Language and Literature from the University of Toledo and an MFA in Creative Writing from Bowling Green State University. He lives in Orlando, Florida. Visi ...more
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