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Tom Duncan - callsign: Deep Blue - former Army ranger, former president of the United States and handler of the black ops force known as Chess Team, is visiting the team's new secret headquarters. The underground facility, known as Alpha, once belonged to Manifold Genetics, a corrupt corporation shut down by Chess Team. But despite being abandoned for years, Alpha still hides secrets. Security doors slam shut and lock, sealing Duncan and his assistants inside. As Matt Carrack, the leader of Duncan's security team, attempts to gain access, Duncan discovers they are not alone inside the abandoned facility. High-tech intruders have infiltrated the base, their goal unknown. But a far greater threat rises from the subterranean depths beneath Alpha - failed regenerative experiments from the days of Manifold, and they're fast, hostile and hungry.
While the security team are beset by ingenious death traps, determined mercenaries and vicious creatures that defy their imaginations, Duncan and his personal bodyguard must battle the growing tide of creatures, stave off the incursion of enemy forces and prevent the violent intruders from releasing the horror currently contained inside Alpha, to an unsuspecting outside world. And as the battle rages, a bomb quietly counts down in the shadows.
©2012 Jeremy Robinson (P)2014 Jeremy Robinson
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2 out of 5 stars
By Jim "The Impatient" on 10-08-16


A Lot of Telling
I am a fan of Robinson, see my reviews of Island 731 and Project 731. I am presently listening to Second World and expect to write a glowing review early next week. This book, not so much. It is advertise as book 1 of Deep Blue, but it is also book 3.6 of Chess Team. I am not sure what the difference is, but I felt lost throughout most of the story. I was not even sure who was the good guys and who were the bad guys. In a book of a little over 3 hours, the first 45 minutes is spent catching you up, which means lots of telling and no showing. It sounded like I missed a good book, as the previous had lots of mythological creatures but this book had GIANT SALAMANDERS. Given, these salamanders are about seven feet long, similar to alligators, but still, salamanders? What next, giant bunny rabbits? Several phrases were used evidently to impress us. I know nothing about dirt bikes, but evidently HDT dirt bikes are better than others. Many times a dirt bike is used, but it is never just a dirt bike, it is always a HDT dirt bike. That is just one example.

P.S. Read the other reviews. Did Mani copy off of Allenby or is somebody giving out talking points?

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5 out of 5 stars
By Deanna Haddrill on 04-09-18

Deep Blue!

I was really glad to read this one, to see how Deep Blue is going after the awful humiliating way he had to give up the presidency. Nice that he had the chance to be an action hero.

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