In 1992, the wreck of Nazi leader Martin Bormann's submarine is discovered in the Caribbean--along with a secret list of Nazi sympathizers. The names include high-level citizens from the U.S. and Great Britain, but the evidence is at the bottom of the sea. The British government turns to its greatest enemy for help--infamous terrorist Sean Dillon.
YA-When Henry Baker leaves his home on St. John to deep-sea dive in the beautiful waters of the Caribbean, he has no idea that this is not going to be a routine day. Pushed by a sense of adventure and an extremely calm sea, he goes to an area usually too dangerous for diving. In the waters of Thunder Point, Henry discovers a German U-boat, the captain's diary, and a watertight briefcase that belonged to Martin Bormann. Forty-seven years after the fall of Nazi Germany, the discovery of documents detailing the politican's escape rocks the British Parliment. This damaging information cannot be allowed to fall into the wrong hands. Unlikely alliances are formed and the race to retrieve the briefcase is underway. Thunder Point is an action-packed, easy read. The intrique of the plot and excitement of the chase will appeal to YAs.-Grace Baun, R.E. Lee High School, Springfield, VA -- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY.
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August 31, 1994
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