Ben Bishop was just a teenager in the fall of 1987 when the Great Lakes ship Daniel J. Braddock sank in a Lake Superior storm. Thirty-three of his crewmates – his co-workers and his friends – died that night. Twenty-five years later, the lone survivor of the tragedy – now a battle tested Marine and police sergeant – has put that terrible night behind him. But it refuses to stay there. A U.S Government ‘black-op’ program, known as the Majestic 12, reaches out to Ben with a disturbing revelation: every girlfriend, wife or significant other to one of those lost crewmen has died. Some of the dead passed away of natural causes, a great many committed suicide and a handful simply disappeared. It could be just a bizarre, random coincidence – just a molding of numbers to create a pattern. But the MJ-12 doesn’t think so. And they don’t think so because they have a suicide note left by the wife of one of the crewmen, and part of the note reads ‘he is out there – he is still out there! – and I want to be with him.’ Was she delusional? Were they all delusional? Who is the woman who rides along with Ben on duty one night, offering him a job as police chief in a tiny, island community called Birch Bay? An island community no one has heard of, and even Google can’t identify? What really happened to the Daniel J. Braddock? Why would a structurally sound, one thousand foot ore carrier suddenly snap in two and sink without any evidence of foul play? Who is the Majestic 12? What is their purpose? And why are they so interested in the lone survivor? A man named Ben Bishop, who’s come to be known as the 34th?
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