China Lake

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Ballantine Books, 1993 - Fiction - 341 pages
2 Reviews
Suddenly, Tannis was thrust back to his days as security director at China Lake, the U.S. Naval Weapons Center. In 1961, duplicates of the first heat-seeking air-to-air missile, the Sidewinder, began appearing on Soviet MiG fighters. British scientist David Harper was accused of revealing its design to the Russians. Jack Tannis cleared his name. The case was never solved.
With dizzying speed the past comes back to life...a body found in the night desert...a special navy team rushed in to investigte the murder...a beautiful woman's mysterious outpost in the desert...and David Harper, the key to everything, joining Tannis to ferret out the force behind the secret that started it all....

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User Review  - Jerald Hoskelis - Goodreads

Good plot that moved along at a easy to follow pace. Appears a lot of research went into this story.. Read full review

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User Review  - Charlene Gordon - Goodreads

I hated this book. The only reason I finished it was I kept thinking there had to be a point to it. I probably read 10 other books during the time I was slogging through this one. Read full review


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