Zero Option download epub

by P. T. Deutermann,Dick Hill

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Zero Option Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD. by P. T. Deutermann (Author), Dick Hill (Reader).

Zero Option Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD.

Deutermann (born December 27, 1941) is an American writer of mystery, police procedural and thriller novels. Deutermann served in the United States Navy for 26 years, earning 19 medals and decorations and retiring with the rank of captain. He served as the commander of the USS Tattnall between 1981 and 1983. He also served on the USS Morton, USS Hull, USS Jouett and USS Charles F. Adams, while also serving in both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets.

Any resemblance of the characters in this book to real persons, civilian or military, is unintentional and entirely coincidental.

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Four trucks instead of two. I want them sent back into that DRMO at Fort Gillem. Tonight, like between zero one hundred and zero five hundred. I want them out of there before first light. Out of Atlanta beforei sunrise.

Once you start listening to Dick Hill's reading of Deutermann's latest suspense novel, you have no option .

Hill's diverse performance of multiple military figures, the heroine, a psychic child, and the G-man makes Deutermann's offering exciting and plausible. c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine

Narrated by Dick Hill. With strong characters and a plot that is frighteningly real, Deutermann's Zero Option is his most commercial novel yet, reminiscent of Tom Clancy and Nelson DeMille.

Narrated by Dick Hill.

Simply stated, this book is a crackling good story that founders at the end. The ending is appropriate but Deutermann tries to do too much with it and ends up with a very mushy en. he concept of the.

When FBI Agent David Stafford finds himself on the Bureau's "out" list for publicly blowing the whistle on a corrupt colleague, he receives a low-profile assignment to investigate an Atlanta military base, where someone is suspected of auctioning off equipment without authorization.

Now a cylinder containing an extremely hazardous biochemical weapon is missing, and Stafford is on the trail of the thief—traveling from the hills of Georgia to the halls of the Pentagon—in a race to recover the weapon before it falls into enemy hands.

With strong characters and a plot that is frighteningly real, Deutermann's Zero Option is his most commercial novel yet, reminiscent of Tom Clancy and Nelson DeMille.

Comments: (7)

OUTSTANDING! I had the honor/pleasure to meet Capt. Deutermann at the Pentagon, as I recall, some years ago in D.C. I had just returned from an ill-conceived yet successful mission to place antique (updated) Limpet type mines on a vessel in International waters. The mission was successful. I, however was injured and medical evaluation revealed cancerous brain tumors that were the result of other classified work. I was decorated, retired at the next lowest rank since I was deemed Not-Physically-Qualified (NPQ'd) for my earlier spot-promotion to Lieute-nant-Commander. Since my retirement pay is paid at the 100% disabled VA rate the promotion was immaterial. It was an unnecessary "par-ting gift" as they say on TV game shows. I would love to hear from the Captain although I am aware that he is a busy man. He might find some of my story 'inspirational'. I am trying to write it up into a novel but years of drafting after action reports and evals/fitreps tend to dull the mind. I have read all your books. Many Kudos.

Very respectfully,

Frank Thayer Russo,
LT.,U.S. Navy (Ret.)
[email protected]
(508) 428-6695
This is my fifth or sixth Deutermann book. I have them all on CDs and have enjoyed listening to them more than once. This novel is a stand alone character and it started off slow for me. But by the time the end came around I was really into the story. I can actually see this happening in todays military...missing weapons...and a cover up by the Army to keep the public from knowing they have lost a very dangerous weapon that we aren't even supposed to! For me, this was a better storyline and better writing than I have experienced with the bestselling novelists in a while.
Stafford is a whistleblower. Exiled from his office for being morally upright, he's sent to a remote facility which auctions/demolishes used federal equipment from bombs to typewriters. His mission? To determine whether there is a scam in place involving auctions. Little does he realize there is a more dire/drastic conspiracy in place, this time involving a biological weapon the army has 'lost.'

This novel started off great, but lost steam about 3/4 way through. I didn't like the fact that one of the primary witnesses to the crimes involving Carson was a psychic girl. It just seemed a bit silly.

The ending seemed a little long-winded and fantastic.
It always amazes me how these authors can come up with such believable stories. Good read. I enjoyed it a lot.
An interesting and enjoyable read.
As usual Deutermann paints a picture of a very possible situation with a very likely reaction by the "elephants". Great story and love the ending that leaves you with a little question mark in your mind. Mr. Deutermann a sequel may be in order here.
Author writes multiple story lines both WWII Naval and current day Appalachia. All are fast paced with credible characters and good plots. All of them are great to make a cross-country flight in a non-reclining seat pass very quickly.
Pretty good story. This is the first thing I have read by this author. I will probably read more.
Zero Option download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: P. T. Deutermann,Dick Hill
ISBN: 144184113X
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (November 29, 2010)