Deception Pointby Brown, Dan
In this fast-paced political thriller, NASA makes an astonishing discovery buried at the top of the world in Arctic ice. The implications of this discovery will rock an upcoming presidential election and give the floundering space agency a much needed political boost. White House intelligence analyst Rachel Sexton is sent to verify the find and discovers a conspiracy unlike anything the world has seen before. She and a team of experts, including charismatic television personality and academic, Michael Tolland, become targets for those desperate to pull off their deception and change the course of history.
The frozen landscape of the Arctic provides a stark background for a conspiracy. This contemporary plot resonates with political intrigue and suspense, and author Dan Brown delivers this edge-of-the-chair read with political savvy and a skillful flair for scientific detail at a breakneck pace.
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