When a huge unexplainable explosion occurs in the North Atlantic the Navy is dispatched to investigate. Evidence of the explosion can’t be found, which elicits the NSA to hire a Washington “think tank” to act as the lead investigator. The odds are against the small team from the start. The main character (Dr. Barry Warren) is a highly intelligent and imminently likable man. The data points towards a scenario that’s too terrifying to contemplate. The far reaching conclusions appear insurmountable to correct. It’s the first major event in the newly elected Obama administration, and they have got to get it right. Politics makes for strange bedfellows as the investigation is taken into uncharted territories. Earths tectonic plates are shifting. Armageddon is at hand, and Australia is ripped apart in the process. Bio terrorists get involved and make matters even more difficult. The future of the planet is being held in the balance as the investigative team works frantically to find the cause and ultimate solution. The problems are gigantic, and will affect every last person on the planet. The solution could transform the world as we know it. Clarity is brought from chaos as the team peals back the layers of this mystery thriller
Steven gives an overview of the book:
Steven Thomas, author of Never a Sextant, has been a stockbroker and financial advisor in Tampa Bay, Fla., for the last 25 years. He joined the United States Air Force in 1979, as a medic at the largest air force hospital, Wilford Hall, San Antonio, Texas. He...