Achilles' Heel by Sean Flannery

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U.S. military intelligence analyst Bill Lane is on the trail of a Romeo-class Russian sub.  The sub was supposed to be harmlessly scuttled at a submarine graveyard, and the mastermind behind its theft, an ex-KGB agent named Valeri Yernin, was supposed to be dead.  But Bill Lane will have to prepare himself for one more surprise when he finally tracks down his target--because his opponent will be devastatingly ready for him.

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About Sean Flannery

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Flannery is an ex-Air Force cryptographer.
Published August 15, 1999 by Tor Books. 439 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Political & Social Sciences, War. Fiction

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Lane himself has an $8 million inheritance, which keeps him in fawn-colored, hand-tailored Italian silk suits, HÇrmes ties, cashmere sweaters, Gucci loafers—or hand-sewn half boots—and the best Dom Perignon, with Francis telling him, “My God, you’re gorgeous.— Yernin bungles his first attack on L...

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Top-flight adventure writer Flannery brings back U.S. military intelligence analyst Bill Lane and his lover, British agent Frannie Shipley, this time hot on the trail of an old Russian submarine, which is said to have been sunk with all hands but has in fact been sold to unfriendly powers.

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