By David Hagberg
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It's a delightful summer season afternoon within the Gulf movement, twenty-five miles off Hutchinson Island on Florida's east coast. NOAA scientist Dr. Eve Larsen is ready to turn out she has the solutions to worldwide warming, and the answer to preventing killer storms around the planet. She is part of a multi-trillion buck, multinational undertaking to farm fresh, unending power from the oceans' currents--and modify the planet's climate for the better. At that second, agreement killer Brian DeCamp walks into the Hutchinson Island Nuclear energy Station, aiming to reason a meltdown so catastrophic it'll make Chernobyl look like nothing. defense cam pictures results in an intervention via mythical former CIA director Kirk McGarvey, who manages to thwart the catastrophe...but the failed sabotage units off a sequence of occasions extra terrifying than McGarvey might ever have imagined. With giant Oil ruthlessly trying to find revenue after the BP catastrophe within the Gulf, the destiny of the area hangs within the balance.
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Author Name: David Hagberg (Born: 1942/10/09)
Author Description: aka [url=http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/148505.David_Bannerman" title="David Bannerman]David Bannerman
, [url=http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/128043.Sean_Flannery" title="Sean Flannery]Sean Flannery
, David James, Robert Pell, [url=http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1125001.Eric_Ramsey" title="Eric Ramsey]Eric Ramsey
David Hagberg is a former Air strength cryptographer who has traveled broadly in Europe, the Arctic, and the Caribbean and has spoken at CIA features. He has released greater than twenty novels of suspense, together with the bestselling excessive Flight, murderer, and Joshua's Hammer. He makes his domestic in Vero seashore, Florida.
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Extra info for Abyss (Kirk McGarvey, Book 15)
Part 3. e. the machinery put in place to deal with the issues enumerated above. This machinery has two aspects: the internal organisation of the Security Service and the Service’s place in the structure of government. In both, the Service has undergone important changes. In the early stages, beginning in 1909 and through the whole of the First World War, it was an integral part of the War Ministry, although the nature of its functions, as described above, inevitably broadened the scope of its activity—even though this was carried out mainly or wholly in a consultative capacity—into the areas of responsibility of other government institutions and departments, in particular those of the Home O≈ce and the law o≈cers of the Crown.
The links between the BUF and the German Nazis led to further investigations relating to the NSDAP [Nazi Party], which in turn provided information about the ﬁrst stages in the work of a German ‘Fifth Column’ (although the term was not used at the time). This took the form of propaganda conducted by numerous German organisations aimed at inﬂuencing British public opinion on issues related to the aggressive policy being followed by Hitler in Europe; intelligence product on these matters obtained by MI5 was of interest to the Foreign O≈ce.
These precedents form the basis of the law that is the essence of our constitutional and administrative system, in which one can see both the origins and the result of the Englishman’s empirical and pragmatic thought processes. This, then, is the context in which the Security Service operates and in which it has continued to adapt itself to changing conditions in response ﬁrst to German aggression, then to the emergence of Nazism and Fascism and, latterly, international Communism. In the face of this sharply contrasting spectrum of MI∑’s History ≤Ω challengers, it is hardly surprising that it has often proved very di≈cult to deﬁne the organisation’s functions.
Abyss (Kirk McGarvey, Book 15) by David Hagberg