The Doomsday Exercise

The Doomsday Exercise

by Bart Davis

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Overview

“A first-class thriller which encourages frantic reading”
–Liverpool Daily Post


When U.S. military intelligence officer Captain David Hallam is called in to investigate the brutal murder of a Vietnamese prostitute, The only clue is a brass star from the uniform of an American general. And when the killer strikes again and again, leaving behind his bloody signature in the shape of a black widow spider, Hallam and his partner, South Vietnamese Lieutenant Hu, vow to hunt him down, to stop the string of hideous murders. But the killer is cunning and well-disguised, and he knows when their attacks are coming. Through the nightmare jungles of Vietnam, Hallam and Ku track him, until a violent conflagration destroys their quarry’s hideout—and it seems impossible that he can still be alive....
Twenty years later, a young Colorado woman is horribly murdered....
The details of the crime are so shocking that there can be only one suspect. Deep beneath the Colorado Rockies, in the labyrinthine corridors of NORAD headquarters where top-secret war games rage, Hallam and Hu face their own Armageddon— and confront an old enemy in a terrifying death-duel of vengeance...and survival.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151226677
Publisher: Bart Davis
Publication date: 03/12/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 738,681
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Bart Davis is the author of ten novels, five non-fiction books, two feature films, and a wide range of print articles. He is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science and Stony Brook University. Bart’s books have been published internationally, and translated into Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Norwegian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, German, Dutch, Portuguese, British, Spanish, and Korean. His novels include the five-book Peter MacKenzie submarine series and the bestselling A CONSPIRACY OF EAGLES. Bart has also written for the New York Times and NEWSDAY, and his work has appeared in “Psychology Today” and “People” magazine.

Bart’s screenwriting credits include the feature film FULL FATHOM FIVE adapted from his novel; and the feature film LOVE OR MONEY.

He lives with his family in New York.

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