Sleeper by Stephen Harriman

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The Pentagon holds many secrets, but none are more deadly than what is kept hidden beneath the basement in a cryogenic freeze. It has claws that could cut a man in half and an insatiable appetite for human flesh...and someone just woke it up.

After half a century of sleep, the beast is loose in the very heart of national security-making easy work of its prey. And tracking it through the catacombs of the fortress won't be easy, because this is no ordinary's a living weapon.

About Stephen Harriman

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Steven Harriman has a background in the mental health profession, and he's written many successful novels. He is a huge Spongebob fan.
Published February 4, 2003 by Berkley. 336 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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