Operation Nexus One

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Archaeologist Mark Lockheed is back in D.C., living the quiet life, not looking for any more adventure. He doesn’t know that adventure isn’t done with him yet. His old friend’s darkest secret, a Greek myth come to life, and an old nemesis are all waiting to draw him into an unforgettable and dangerous journey…all the way to the bottom of the ocean.

Operation Nexus One leads the listener on a roller coaster ride in search of a legend. Packed with breathtaking suspense and nerve-shredding action, Operation Nexus One is a thrilling listen for all fans of action, suspense, and intrigue.

1 review for Operation Nexus One

  1. Julie Howard

    On the whole I did enjoy this but found towards the end I was waiting for something to happen. The reason for this is because the story jumps about in time and with a lot of characters this happened a lot, as each characters thinks of something in there past that effects there future. Other than that I enjoyed it and liked the idea of the plot. Many of the characters from the first book also appear in this book, as it continues from where the last finished but you don’t need to have listened to the first book to understand it.
    Mark has settled back into life at work, that is until his old friend the professor turns up unexpectedly and asks for his professional help. Divers are disappearing from a small island and the professor knows why. Mark enlists help from a business man and Grandfather to one of his students, this is because this time he needs a submarine. The professor doesn’t tell them but the team is on the hunt for the hand of king Midas that lays at the bottom of the sea. It is on land that they find there greatest danger in the form of an old foe . He has plans to get his own back and finally get what he wants, even if it means causing civil unrest amongst the small island community. Can Mark and his team get to the bottom of the disappearance or will they have to call in the big guns.
    The narrator is the big reason I choose to listen to this book.

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