Deep within the NSA is Desk Three, a top-secret unit of special operatives inserted into the field when the threat is great and the response demands sensitivity and invisibility. Charlie Dean, a former Marine sniper, is a senior officer. With his colleagues Lia DeFrancesca and newcomer Ilya Akulinin, they form the core of a high-tech team known as Deep Black.
Off the coast of Africa lie the beautiful Canary Islands, a resort destination of millionaires. But underneath this idyllic paradise is one of the most volatile fault lines in the world. There, an alliance between radical Islamic terrorists and a rogue element of the Chinese government is planning to unleash an act of unimaginable geological terrorism that could devastate the U.S. East Coast, striking it with waves up to 1,000 feet high.
In the central Asian Republic of Tajikistan, 12 nuclear warheads, stolen by the Russian Mafia, are about to be smuggled out of the country into the hands of the conspirators. Charlie and Ilya go on an intercept mission, but before they can retrieve them, the weapons disappear.
Lia is sent to Berlin to infiltrate the operations of a ruthless Chinese billionaire, whose machinations have come to the attention of the NSA. She risks immediate execution if her true identity is revealed.
Meanwhile, in a hotel in New Jersey, a best-selling author is assassinated to prevent the release of his stranger-than-fiction story about an Islamic plot to change the course of history.
Their paths all converge in the Canary Islands, where Lia finds herself in the hands of a sadistic torturer. Unless the Deep Black team intervenes, the islands could be the epicenter of apocalypse, with millions of lives — and the entire world order — at stake.
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The last one that I read, book 5 or 6 was so bad I swore off the Deep Black series. But, I forgot that and restarted, giving it another chance. The same thing happened. DNF.
Okay, but not the best 'Deep Black' title
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Love the Stephen Coonts series Deep Black and I enjoyed this one okay, but not his best story.
Have you listened to any of Phil Gigante’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
It's been a few books ago, but I don't recall disliking this performance.
Do you think Death Wave needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
no. Not the best story line.
Any additional comments?
Audible.com needs to provide more lower priced audiobooks in this genre.