boo.mer.ang: an object or action that returns to the originator, often with negative consequences.
Crippled and out of fuel, Yaogen 18B, a Chinese military satellite is falling out of orbit. As it plummets toward a small Canadian town, with a payload of secret technology, international agents race to find the remnants of the fiery descent.
The Chinese send Soong Zhaojun, an orbital specialist; Alina Zarudneya, a defected Russian rocket technician; and Han Cho, a security officer with his own agenda. While the Canadian Government dispatch the militia and hope to avoid a costly cleanup, the Americans send over Gord Trumbill, a veteran Homeland Security field agent needing a successful mission to atone for past mistakes.
On their own mission, Silas and Clyde, two satellite-spotting farm boys from Tennessee, join forces with the residents to protect the small town's lifestyle from further militarization. Down though not yet out, Yaogen 18B will bring the World Powers to Goderich - but never count out the locals when they have home field advantage!
Boomerang is a fast-paced novel that will have you cheering for the
little guy. When a spy satellite crash lands in a small town, the
government agents that are sent to recover it soon meet their match
with the local residents. Witty dialogue, plenty of humour, and lots of
action make Boomerang a thoroughly enjoyable page turner. Highly
recommended. - Tabs (Amazon reviewer)
Spy vs Spy vs Townsfolk - Read this book! Cliffhangers, back to work retired operatives, cool machines; Boomerang has all this and someting more. Oddball characters with quirks and charm are tough to create in a beleivable manner but, here, they blend in so easily the reader will think "Well, yes, of course he did." A little history is thrown in, and I'm ready for more from this author. - Georgia Girl (Amazon reviewer)
An exciting page-turner. This is a techno-thriller that goes light on the tech and keeps the pace moving. The characters are really likeable and the chemistry between them is great. There's twists and turns and plenty of humour. A fun read. - Reader 1 (Amazon reviewer)
Clive Cussler meets Lynwood Barclay meets Andy of Mayberry.
This entertaining read has the intrigue of a Clive Cussler novel; the
personal nature of a Lynwood Barclay, and local references to a country
town (think Andy of Mayberry) that make the story personal and add to
the narrative. Glenn Muller is a writer to keep your eye on. - b4ucuhear (Amazon reviewer)
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