Passage from Limbo by Herman Lloyd Bruebaker

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Naval scientists testing Operation Rainbow on the U.S.S ELRIDGE never knew the Germans also sought Albert Einstein’s unified field theory. Fifty years later a terrifying U-boat, the child of Berlin’s failed testing, is aggressively darting from a time window sinking ships. CIA agent Connie Morison is ordered to uncloak this threat, but first she must overcome staggering opposition. Refusing to release their classified files on the Philadelphia Experiment, the United States Navy sinisterly plots to hinder her investigations. The Coast Guard covers up their rescue of survivors from a sunken British freighter. The Germans schemed to claim this outlawed submarine from their Nazi era. Stormy weather over the North Atlantic and Norwegian Seas threatens to disrupt global climate conditions. Throughout all of this she faces hostility and disbelief from her fellow investigators. Connie’s quest leads her into Nazi a dark shadowy secret that swallows anybody in their path. Murder and deception was common on both sides of the struggle.

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Published October 19, 2006 by Xlibris. 340 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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