Quantum Web

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Pocket Books, 2002 - Fiction - 375 pages
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In 1948, a young German emigre reached the threshold of an incredible scientific discovery: a blueprint for the construction of the universe that could surpass the theories of Einstein. But the scientist's secret past catches up to him with a vengeance, and he and his work are seemingly lost forever.

Now, buried knowledge has been rediscovered -- and whoever controls it holds the key to the future. Two sides, American and Russian, are in a ruthless fight for the ultimate fight for the power of the new millennium -- quantum technology -- and ex-Navy SEAL nolan Kilkenny finds himself caught in the crossfire. To stop the fate of the world from being hijacked, Kilkenny must wage a war across two hemispheres as he races to solve a decades-old mystery -- if the solution doesn't kill him first.

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Pretty good thriller. Lots of plots twists and turns. It is good to revisit several characters from the previous Spyder Web thriller.
On the down side, Tom Grace seems to believe in no more than
two degrees of separation rather than the standard six. And I quickly grew tired of the potty mouth. Way, way too much. The book would have sold with none, thank you very much.
I tried to get the library to buy it, at least the e-version. They insisted I borrow it through Inter-Library Loan.
You just knew the girl was going to get the ring!

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Tom Grace introduced ex­Navy SEAL Nolan Kilkenny in his acclaimed novel Spyder Web. He is an architect in private practice, a martial-arts student, a scuba diver, and a high-tech enthusiast. He lives in Michigan with his wife and four daughters, and is currently at work on his next Nolan Kilkenny thriller.

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