15000 Feet Below
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Roy Vicars is a survivor of a bomb attack on a North Sea oil platform, supposedly carried out by Islamic terrorists. He is helpless with grief at the loss of his partner, Melanie, in the attack, and determined to find out the truth behind it.
He soon discovers that the destruction of the platform was merely a dry run for a far bigger and more sinister attack planned by megalomaniac oil company presidents, Larry Pappas and Irene Orinoco.
He forms an unlikely team with professional hit-woman, Sid, who has her own demons to conquer. Together, they join forces in a nail-biting race against time to stop the two presidents, whose plan, if successful, will result in almost certain world-wide destruction and anarchy. But Larry and Irene have their own secrets, as Roy is about to find out.
It’s the kind of book that might have happened had Dan Brown met Stieg Larsson.
Due to the current hype it has around it, I recently picked up larsson's millennium trilogy. Upon finishing it in a matter of weeks, I found myself on the search for more Scandinavian literature as the ever changing environment and bleak landscapes that can be found in it really intrigues me.
"15,000 Feet Below" certainly delivered. From the offset, the pace steadily increases and a sense of panic and suspense which builds as the plot thickens serves to draw the reader in. I felt the characters were genuinely believable and I was rooting for them all the way!
If you're a fan of gripping suspense thrillers as I am, definitely look into this one- I doubt you'll be disappointed.
15000 feet below
Great read. Action thriller with characters that you really root for.
One to watch
Edge-of-your seat action, great settings and truly memorable characters. Can't recommend this book highly enough.