Silent Thunder

Silent Thunder

Book - 2009
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Marine architect Hannah Bryson has landed the assignment of a lifetime. The U.S. maritime museum has just acquired the former pride of the Soviet fleet, the legendary nuclear attack sub Silent Thunder , for public exhibition. It's Hannah's job to inspect every inch of the decommissioned vessel and make sure it's safe for the thousands of expected visitors. Enlisting the aid of her brother, Connor, they delve into its long and lethal history.

Then, on a routine check, Connor discovers a cryptic message behind one of the ship's panels. Before he can figure out what it means, there's a deadly assault on Silent Thunder . Now, although the U.S. government warns her against it, Hannah will stop at nothing to unravel the truth about Silent Thunder . Even if it means coming face to face with the ruthless mastermind behind the plot--and joining forces with a mysterious and seductive mercenary who is willing to kill to make sure the secrets about Silent Thunder stay silent. . . .

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, c2009.
ISBN: 9780312368005
Characteristics: 374 p. ;,18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Johansen, Roy

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KatSu Jun 03, 2012

Not too sure about these Hannah Bryson ones, but will read more before decide

Aug 06, 2010

Written by Iris Johansen and her son Roy Johansen.

An exciting thriller about a search for long hidden treasure.

Great read !

Dec 03, 2009

Silent Thunder is one of the worst written books I've read in a long time, and greatly disappointing. The dialogue is trite and flat ("Son of a bitch. Bradworth was staring after him. "Bastard."), the characters are unidimensional (the Russians are the bad guys), the story murky and at best cliche.

After 135 pages, I gave it up.

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