Don't miss this one!! If you enjoy Steve Martini, this is a must read. If you've never read anything by him, this will make you a fan. Couldn't put it down.
Martini always has great paced books and interesting twists of the plot.
WOW - a great,read, with gripping realism! A story based on
today's fears and tomorrow's headlines. A superb thriller with
I didn't really get into it. Not my kind of story.
Steve Martini at his best!! Joselyn Cole, a lawyer, becomes involved with a client she has been hired by to set up his company, file the necessary paperwork, etc. What she becomes involved in is a plot to detonate a nuclear device somewhere in the United States. This book is a departure from several of Martini's other books in that, while he has the lawyer mix included in the plot, it's not the main focus. It's more along the lines of Tom Clancy in that it involves home-grown terrorists, a weapon of mass destruction and people on both sides trying to accomplish their objective. Guaranteed to keep you turning the pages into the early morning hours.
Excellent reading...Another classic by Steve Martini!
Lots of twists, very real. Be ready to read because this book grabs you!
A burned-out public defender fro L.A., Joselyn Cole has opted for a quieter life in the San Juan Island of Washington State. Barely making ends meet, she is pleasantly surprised when entrepreneur Dean Belden shows up in her office-tempting her with a large retainer to help him set up a business in the islands.
L.A., public defender Joselyn Cole becomes enmeshed in a business deal that tourns out to involve stolen nuclear technology, murder, and possible terrorism. 367 pages and well worth it.
Fast paced and very interesting.
I was vacationing on our sailboat in the San Juans when I picked up this book to read and was pleasantly surprised to find the setting of the book is in the San Juan Islands. This was my first Martini and I thoroughly enjoyed his writing style and the intrigue of the story. Subsequently, I read several other Martini's which I didn't care for. So, if you're trying Martini for the first time - this is the one to read!
Very good book...didn't want to put it down...gave up sleep to finish it.
"Powerful...So realistic it scares you." The Daily Sun (GA)
A great read..very tense suspense. I am a big fan of Steve Martini books and this is one of his better ones.
A militia group in the Pacific Northwest becomes the world's newest nuclear power in this by-the-numbers thriller by the author of The List and The Judge.
Lawyer Jocelyn "Joss" Cole sees a big retainer when she's hired by Dean Belden to handle his company's incorporation filings. But after Belden gets a federal subpoena, Joss sees him die in a fiery seaplane explosion. Now she's the only visible link to Belden's company (which was on the receiving end of two decaying nuclear weapons smuggled into the U.S. out of Russia), and that brings her to the attention of arms inspector Gideon van Ry, of the Institute Against Mass Destruction.
After the feds determine that the militia has possession of the weapons, Gideon and Joss join the race to try to avert nuclear disaster.
Of course, there are complications: the militia group is being fronted by a foreign power in order to circumvent U.S. nuclear retaliation policy, and the President is in CYA (cover-your-ass) overdrive because his party accepted a campaign contribution from the chief Russian culprit.
A burned-out publec defender from L.A., Joselyn cole has opted for a quieter life in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. Barely making ends meet, she is pleasantly surprised when entrepreneur Dean Belden shows up in her office--tempting her with a large retainer to help him set up a business in the islands. But when Belden is subpoenaed to appear before a federal grand jury--and is blown up in his plane before he can testify--Joselyn becomes the government's target. Two nuclear deviced, stolen from the former Soviet Union, were bound for her client's company. Now they have disappeared--with potentially devastating consequences for the entire world.
Another great Martini story! Worth reading twice.