Nighthawk, Clive Cussler And Graham Brown

Nighthawk opening line: The spear hit Diego Alvarado in the chest.


My blurb:

Are the Americans playing it safe by harvesting material so deadly it could obliterate the planet? If they manage to grab it all and bring it safely into the earth’s atmosphere they can ensure it won’t be used for nefarious reasons. But the Chinese and Russians will do anything to get hold of the product. Even make a deal with the devil if they have to. And when everything goes wrong, NUMA step in to assist. Will they save the world?

A missing aircraft
Flying over the South Pacific, the most technologically advanced spacecraft ever built vanishes into thin air. Extremely valuable, both China and Russia would kill for the state-of-the-art machine.
An unstable cargo
Kurt Austin and the NUMA team are drawn into a stealthy race to locate the wreck, before someone else does. Only the United States know that waiting in its debris is a payload of exotic matter, stripped from the outermost reaches of the atmosphere.
A devastating weapon
Kept at absolute zero, the matter is so unstable that it could obliterate the face of the earth if allowed to thaw. In a race they cannot lose, the NUMA team will risk everything to stop the world’s most dazzling research from being the very thing that destroys it. The fate of humanity depends on them.
My verdict:

This book covers a possibility so real and so terrifying. Man can be his own worst enemy and there will always be nations out there seeking weapons that can cause total destruction. A great read and once again NUMA saves the day.

Publishing information:
ISBN 9780718182892
Format Trade Paperback
Published May 2017
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
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