Zero Day: A John Puller Novel 1

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Pan Macmillan UK, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Zero Day is the explosive first instalment in David Baldacci's thrilling John Puller series.

War hero John Puller is known to be the top investigator in the US Army's CID. So when a family with military connections is brutally murdered in a remote area of West Virginia, Puller is called to investigate, and soon suspects the case has wider implications. As the body count rises he teams up with local homicide detective Samantha Cole. As the web of deceit is revealed, it quickly becomes apparent that there's much more to this case than they had first thought. It is an investigation where nothing is as it seems, and nothing can be taken at face value.

When Puller and Cole discover a dangerous situation in the making, Puller finds he must turn to the one person who can help avert certain catastrophe. A person he has known all his life.

In a breathtaking rollercoaster race against time, Cole fears for the community in which she was raised, and Puller knows he has to overcome the enemies of his country to avoid far reaching disaster.

But in the end, you can't kill what you can't see is coming ...

Book 1: Zero Day
Book 2: The Forgotten
Book 3: The Escape

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User Review  - Susan O. Moritz - Book Verdict

Decorated army veteran John Puller is a special agent in the military's Criminal Investigative Division. When a colonel and his family are brutally murdered in West Virginia, Puller partners with the ... Read full review

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Quick reading great suspense and several twists in the plot throughout the book. Loved it!! Read full review

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About the author (2011)

David Baldacci is the internationally-acclaimed author of 20 bestselling novels. With his books published in at least 45 different languages, and with over 100 million copies in print, he is one of the world's favourite storytellers. His family foundation, the Wish You Well Foundation, a non-profit organisation, works to eliminate illiteracy across America. He still lives in Virginia with his wife and two children.

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