"I would certainly recommend you dive in to ‘Tenacity’..."
Lieutenant Danielle (Dan) Lewis is back after a years’ sabbatical from her job at the Crimes Involving Loss of Life division. A few years back Dan was lauded and applauded for catching a serial killer, but as with all fame, it is fickle and soon she was ostracised and her fifteen minutes in the limelight was brought to an abrupt end.
Now she is back and has been specially requested to head the investigation in to the suicide of a Royal Navy sailor, his body found on the nuclear submarine, Tenacity only a few days after his wife had been found brutally murdered.
Although she is only supposed to be looking in to the sailor’s suicide, Dan can’t help but feel certain the two incidents are linked. She also senses that the sailor, who she had known briefly during her days as a new recruit, was pointing to a murderer on-board Tenacity. With barriers being swiftly erected, Dan feels she is being thwarted and that someone doesn’t want her prying in to their business. Then she gets word that Tenacity is ready to leave for manoeuvres. Dan makes a quick decision and finds herself under water in a small and hostile environment. Soon she realises that there are frightening machinations within the deep depths of the dark waters.