Tomahawk

Tomahawk

Book - 1998
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Baker & Taylor
Committed to a top-secret naval nuclear missile project but struggling with his ethics, Dan Lenson is torn when his peace activist girlfriend is murdered and the Navy tries to pull him away from his hunt for the killer to deal with a military crisis

Blackwell North Amer
In the wake of a collapsed marriage and three stressful tours at sea, Lieutenant-Commander Lenson is ordered to shore duty in Washington, D.C. There he finds he's been handpicked for a high-priority, top-secret assignment: design, test, and deploy Tomahawk missiles armed with nuclear warheads. But as Dan moves into the thick of top-level Pentagon politics, he realizes that the trouble-prone new missile has powerful enemies, determined to destroy it and him.
Troubling leaks from the program seem to suggest a spy is at work, and Dan comes under suspicion. Meanwhile, he finds himself unexpectedly - perhaps unwisely - falling in love with Kerry Donovan. Kerry is a peace activist, soon to go on trial for her protests, and Dan's involvement with her challenges the core of his beliefs and duties - and finally his character.

Baker
& Taylor

Committed to a top-secret naval nuclear missile project but struggling with his ethics, Dan Lenson is torn when his peace activist girlfriend is murdered and the Navy tries to pull him away from his hunt for the killer to deal with a military crisis.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998.
ISBN: 9780312179755
0312179758
Branch Call Number: POY
Characteristics: 371 p. ; 24 cm.

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