Zero Option

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Macmillan, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction - 384 pages
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They call it "Wet Eye": a biological weapon that literally eats out the eyes of its victims. Now, deep within the belly of the U.S. military establishment, one small silver canister of Wet Eye is missing-lost because a career pencil-pusher has cut a million-dollar deal and signed it in blood.

For David Stafford, a Defense Department investigator, finding the missing canister means ripping through layers of cover-ups, bureaucracy, and one man's murderous determination to sell Wet Eye to an international arms dealer. But the military would rather silence Stafford than admit to a security breach. And now, the only person who can stop a biological conflagration is an innocent child-who has looked into the face of evil, and seen it with her own two eyes...

 

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P.T. Deutermann is the author of four previous novels, including Official Privilege and Sweepers. He served in the Navy for 26 years before retiring in Georgia. He is currently at work on his seventh novel.

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