Red North!

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Jansen and Stone bobbed up and down in their boat offshore from The Headlands Nuclear Power Plant, looking like they were fishing instead of making plans to seize control of the plant, which they do. Nick Connor, ex-Green Beret, now security specialist, must develop an impossible strategy to break in and take back the most secure nuclear plant in the world. More
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About Mark Lemke

Mark is the author of three fictional thrillers set against the backdrop of nuclear power; Red North!, Off The Grid, and his newest, The Elephant's Foot. Drawing on a degree in Nuclear Technology, thirty-five years of experience working in the nuclear power industry, and six years aboard a nuclear submarine, Mark is uniquely qualified to write these realistic and gripping stories.

Mark lives with his wife on a ranch in California, and is a third degree black belt in Shotokan karate.

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Richard Underwood reviewed on April 29, 2016

Excellent! This is a real page-turner that convinces by it's authenticity. The hero, Nick Connor is ex special forces who is a security consultant to the nuclear power industry. I've read similar stories before and I am usually unconvinced, but in this instance I found the story thoroughly convincing. I was convinced that the the author did really know about special forces (rather than having just researched the subject) and did really know how nuclear power stations worked (rather than having just researched the subject). The whole book was well written, convincing, exciting, and reeked of realism. This is a free book and an introduction to the author, the hero, and to this whole genre of books, but it did not read like a free book and I would not have felt short changed if I had paid hard cash for it. If the other (non-free) books in this series are similar to this first (free) one, they will be well worth the price.
(review of free book) reviewed on March 31, 2016

A great developing story. Well written, multiple plots, great characters. I cant wait to read anothe mark lemke book.
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