Steel fear : a thriller / Brandon Webb and John David Mann.
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|Degenstein Community Library||FIC WEBB (Text)||35031301190290||Adult Fiction||Checked Out||09/25/2021|
- ISBN: 9780593356289
- ISBN: 0593356284
- Physical Description: 446 pages : black and white illustrations ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
I. The seam of the weld -- II. Bolter -- III. Crossing the line -- IV. Monster -- V. The other shoe -- VI. Rubik's cube -- VII. The storm -- Epilogue
"Discovering that there is a serial killer on board the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln, disgraced Navy SEAL sniper Finn finds suspicion falling on him as a newcomer and must expose the real killer while searching for redemption"-- Provided by publisher.
"A ninety-thousand-ton aircraft carrier. Six thousand men on board. A killer in their midst. And the disgraced Navy SEAL who will track him down . . . The high-octane debut thriller from the New York Times bestselling writing team of former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb and John David Mann. When Navy SEAL sniper Finn steps on board the USS Abraham Lincoln, adrift in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, it's immediately clear something is wrong. It's been a long deployment for the crew. With poor leadership and a lengthy slog home ahead of them, morale is low. But then crew members start disappearing one by one, and what at first seems like a string of unfortunate coincidences reveals something much more sinister at play. There's a killer in their midst. Suspicion falls on Finn, the most recent addition to the ship. After all, he's being sent home in disgrace, recently recalled from the field under the dark cloud of a mission gone horribly wrong. He's also a lone wolf, haunted by gaps in his memory and the elusive feeling that something he missed contributed to civilian deaths on his last assignment. Finding the killer on board the Lincoln offers a chance at redemption--as long as he can prove it isn't him"-- Provided by publisher.
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