Now a cylinder containing an extremely hazardous biochemical weapon is missing, and Stafford is on the trail of the thief - traveling from the hills of Georgia to the halls of the Pentagon - in a race to recover the weapon before it falls into enemy hands.
With strong characters and a plot that is frighteningly real, Deutermann's Zero Option is his most commercial novel yet, reminiscent of Tom Clancy and Nelson DeMille.
©2005 P. T. Deutermann; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I like all the major characters in this book - good and bad. The story gradually introduces the major players and then adds a good story with enough suspense and action to keep me interested. I enjoyed this book; however, my favorite books by this author are Hunting Season and Darkside.
After working my way through Deutermann's Cam Richter series, I was a little nervous to try out a new protagonist. I should have known better. Deutermann writes a great thriller -- whether or not Cam and his pooches are involved.
The length...too long and the ending...when I got to the end, I said, "That's IT!" Ah, come on!!"
I am a big Dick Hill fan and will listen to anything he reads (unless the story is really bad!). He is superb!!
Probably to not invest another credit in any of his other books.
I did listen to his "Hunting Season"and really liked it...it had more to the plot than "Zero Option" and the main character in "Zero Option"just came across as pathetic.
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