Train Man

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 2001 - Fiction - 448 pages
17 Reviews
On a dark night, a bridge is blown to smithereens, thunderously plunging a one-hundred-car-train deep into the Mississippi River. In Washington, the FBI scrambles--sending Assistant Director Hush Hanson and agent Carolyn Lang to investigate the deadly act of domestic terror.

Hanson is a team player and killer marksman. Lang has an agenda of her own. By the time the two agents leave Washington, they are on a collision course with each other. And another bridge has exploded.

Now, the investigation is exploding into an inter-agency feud. The brass is after a terrorist cell, while Hanson and Land suspect a single man--the Train Man--is bringing down the bridges on by one. But as more death and destruction strike the river, on one can guess that far greater danger is looming. A top-secret, emergency shipment of unstable nuclear waste has been sent west by train. And when the nukes meets the river there will be no way across, no time to turn back, and almost no chance to stop the deadliest disaster of all...
  

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User Review  - Dorothy - Goodreads

Oh man, this was bad. The writing is uninspired, and the author spends pages and pages on technical descriptions that a) are completely incomprehensible to a layperson and b) don't actually add ... Read full review

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User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

I skipped this initially in my Deutermannn reading but went back and read it. It is not my favorite of his books but it was enjoyable, albeit a little slow in one or two places. The title made me ... Read full review

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