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After decades of turning out plutonium for the arms race, the Hanford Nuclear Facility has long been shuttered, though its deadly legacy cannot be fully contained. The men who guard the facility from sabotage or monitor its buildings for radiation leaks are told the risks are under control. They believe it, until the worst happens: a thunderous explosion in the dead of night.
Two workers, lifer Poppy Martin and new hire Kieran Mullaney, believe themselves lucky to survive the blast. But as the debris is cleared, they discover their safety is not assured. Dead ends and closed doors halt their efforts to discover what really happened--and what radiation may have poisoned them. When stalling and threats force them into the hands of experienced trial lawyer Ryan Hart, they learn that theirs is no ordinary lawsuit. There is something still hidden in the desert of eastern Washington, and someone is willing to go to extreme lengths to make sure it never sees the light of day.
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May 21, 2017
Absolutely WOW-ME fantabulous!
Far more exciting, engrossing, suspenseful and thrilling than I initially expected. It's not every day I come across a legal-thriller that's both intensely enthralling and page-turning suspenseful, but yet cleanly written. No dodging f-bombs or expletive cringing wi...
November 21, 2013
Critical Reaction by Todd M. Johnson is a refreshing new legal thriller that is tight, taut and terrific. If you believe in the art of storytelling, then this is for you.
It’s October 16, 2013 and Kieran Mullaney, a new hire at the shuttered Hanford Nuclear Facility, is working the night shift. Al...
December 05, 2013
The Hanford Nuclear Facility had been known for its production of plutonium during the Cold War. When that ended, so did the large demand for the plutonium and the facility shut down. But what of the residue left inside? Could it be dangerous? Then, there was an explosion.....
Kieran was not kille...
November 22, 2013
I enjoy legal thrillers, but there aren't many authors writing them on the Christian market, so its nice to see a new Christian legal thriller author come along.
I read Johnson's first book, The Deposit Slip, and was impressed, so when this one came along, I snagged one for review, and in my opin...
December 04, 2013
Kieran Mullaney is a substitute for LB5, he's job isn't the best but that's what he has and he will deal with it no matter the circumstances. He heads for his shift with aching feet, making it to his corridor he sets about his work.Before he knows it the windows start to rattle, he loo...
November 21, 2013
Title: Critical Reaction
Author: Todd M. Johnson
Publisher: Bethany House
Do you enjoy reading about conspiracy theories, intrigue, courtroom/legal proceedings? Then, this legal suspense novel is for you. The story is set on a Native American reservation in the state of Washingto...
November 18, 2013
Kieran Mullaney wasn't even supposed to be working at LB5 but with the shortage of staff recently, he was one of two employees that were assigned clean up in the Hanford Nuclear Facility. As long as the radiation sensors remained green, the environment was considered clean. When walking past a do...
November 18, 2013
Attorney Emily Hart is surprised to receive a telephone call from an old college friend requesting her help on a case against his employer. It’s more than she can manage, so she asks her father to assist. Ryan Hart is an experienced courtroom attorney who has lost his will to fight since the deat...
November 25, 2013
Todd Johnson brings us a nail biting thriller. I have never read a thriller before and to be honest was unsure of what to expect. The first part of the story was difficult to get into as he gives us a background of the facility, but realized how essential this was later on as it connects everythi...
December 14, 2013
An explosion. A lawsuit. A coverup? Young lawyer, Emily Hart agrees to take her college friend's case - the lawsuit he is bringing against Covington Nuclear. Kieran insists that Covington is covering up extent and the type of radiation that he was exposed to when he was in an explosion. As Emily...