Deep KillBook - 2005
In a novel as timely as it is terrifying, Michael Kilian delivers a doomsday scenario of the United States's own making. Its premise will keep readers up at night--and breathlessly turning pages until the explosive end. In an underwater valley known as Deepkill, off the coast of Delaware, a live nuclear bomb lies in some thirty feet of water. Only retired Air Force pilot Burt Schilling knows about it. As the government writes off his concerns, he can find no one to believe him, except for Coast Guard Investigative Service Special Agent Erik Westman--and the desperate terrorists he is hunting.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Publishing, ©2005.
Edition: Berkley edition.
Characteristics: 448 pages ;,22 cm.
Alternative Title: Deepkill