Sweepers

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St. Martin's Press, Aug 15, 1998 - Fiction - 464 pages
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The U.S. Navy made him the ultimate killer. Now they can't stop him...

It begins with a routine police investigation. A beautiful woman is dead. A detective needs answers. And a newly appointed Pentagon admiral is scrambling for his career and for his life. Suddenly, the inner ring of the Pentagon is being rocked by a living nightmare: a Sweeper-a trained covert assassin, an ex-SEAL scarred by one horrific episode in Vietnam-has gone rogue. And his killing has just begun...

With a searing insider's view of Pentagon politics, retired Navy captain P.T. Deutermann writes military suspense worthy of Tom Clancy and Nelson DeMile. Now, in his electrifying new novel, a powerful ex-Marine and a courageous woman face a kill zone: of deception, ambition, and sweeping revenge...

 

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A wonderful read. Long on personalities, short on nonsense. Deutermann hasn't disappointed me yet.

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
14
CHAPTER 2
26
CHAPTER 3
51
CHAPTER 4
76
CHAPTER 5
118
CHAPTER 6
145
CHAPTER 7
154
CHAPTER 8
193
CHAPTER 9
233
CHAPTER 10
278
CHAPTER 11
300
CHAPTER 12
348
CHAPTER 13
429
CHAPTER 14
437
THE FIREFLY
440
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About the author (1998)

P.T. Deutermann is the author of Zero Option, Official Privilege, The Edge of Honor, and Scorpion in the Sea. He is a retired Navy captain and has served both in the Navy's political staff directorate and in the Joint Chiefs of Staff as an arms-control specialist. He lives in Georgia.

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