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Polar Shift

Author : Clive Cussler
ISBN : 9781405909594
Genre : Fiction
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Polar Shift is the sixth NUMA Files novel by the inimitable Clive Cussler. Giant freak waves send an unsinkable cargo ship to the bottom of the Atlantic and a herd of killer whales attack a party of kayakers in the Pacific - random events, or evidence of polar shift? For Kurt Austin of NUMA these two seemingly unconnected incidents are harbingers of a global phenomenon that will mark the end of civilization! A secret organization aiming to bring down the world's elite powers have discovered the means to bring about polar shift - a catastrophic event that will cause earthquakes, lava eruptions, tsunami, electrical disruption and giant whirlpools. Austin knows that he and NUMA cannot fail this time. The end of the world is coming unless he and the team can track down the conspirators or reverse the effects of the Earth's most destructive power: polar shift! Clive Cussler, author of the best-selling Dirk Pitt novels Arctic Drift and Valhalla Rising, and co-author Paul Kemprecos pit their hero Kurt Austin against a destructive environmental force in Polar Shift, the sixth novel of the action-packed NUMA Files series. Praise for Clive Cussler: 'Cussler is hard to beat' Daily Mail 'The guy I read' Tom Clancy
Category: Fiction

Polar Shift

Author : Clive Cussler
ISBN : UOM:39015062563765
Genre : Anti-globalization movement
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Polar shift: It is the name for a phenomenon that may have occurred many times in the past. At the very least, it disorients birds and animals and damages electrical equipment. At its worst, it causes massive eruptions, earthquakes, and climatic changes. At its very worst, it would mean the obliteration of all living matter, and if that happens-exit Earth. Sixty years ago, an eccentric Hungarian genius discovered how to artificially trigger such a shift, but then his work was lost, or so it was thought. Now, the charismatic leader of an anti-globalization group plans to use the work to give the world's industrialized nations a small jolt, then reverse the shift back again. The only problem is, it cannot be reversed. Once the shift starts, there is nothing anyone can do about it. Austin, Zavala, and the rest of the NUMA Special Assignments Team certainly have faced dire situations before, but never have they encountered anything like this. This time . . . even they may be too late.
Category: Anti-globalization movement

Bluefin Blues

Author : Paul Kemprecos
ISBN : 0615921043
Genre : Fiction
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Off the coast of Cape Cod, a Japanese bluefin tuna buyer is found dead on another man's boat, a harpoon shot through his chest. The dead man's grandfather, a Japanese fishing tycoon, seeks out part-time private investigator Aristotle "Soc" Socarides to find those responsible for his grandson's death. Soc is desirable because he's also a part-time fisherman; because the man also knows that Soc is deeply in need of funds to repair his dilapidated fishing boat, he knows Soc'll accept. Soc can't shake an uneasy feeling about the way the old Japanese man found him and the way he persuaded Soc to take the job: "It was almost as if he knew me better than I knew myself." This realization should trigger a warning light in Soc's head. Maybe it does. But now Soc is curious. And he still needs the money. What starts out as a simple inquiry into a young man's death to secure the peace of mind of an old man mushrooms into an excavation of the bluefin-fishing community. As Paul Kemprecos's Shamus Award-winning p.i. is about to find out, it is a small, close-knit but competitive group, where the fact that a single tuna has a ten- to twenty-thousand-dollar price tag may inspire men to do evil.
Category: Fiction

Cassette Books

Author : Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132171807
Genre : Talking books
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The Publishers Weekly

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ISBN : UCSD:31822030169320
Genre : American literature
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Treasure

Author : Clive Cussler
ISBN : 9781982122072
Genre : Fiction
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In “a four-star page turner” (The Denver Post) from #1 New York Times bestselling author Clive Cussler, Dirk Pitt discovers a trail leading straight to priceless treasures. But it also thrusts him into conflict that could tip the world’s balance of power the wrong way… Charts of lost gold…breathtaking art and rare volumes…maps of hidden oil and mineral deposits that could change the world’s balance of power. Now Dirk Pitt discovers the secret trail of the treasures of Alexandria—a trail that plunges him into a brutal conspiracy for total domination of the globe. Zealots threaten to unseat the governments of Egypt and Mexico, exposing America to invasion and economic collapse. Suddenly, from East to West, anarchists reach their deadly tentacles into the heart of the United States. And Dirk Pitt, the hard-hitting hero of Clive Cussler’s smash bestsellers Sahara and Inca Gold, is up against the most feared assassin known to man. An international band of terrorists is making its play for world power on the high seas—and Pitt is the only man alive who can stop them! In “a novel that features the greatest treasure hunt of all time” (Publishers Weekly), “Cussler moves the players around the global chessboard with a compelling clarity that keeps you captivated…And the conclusion is gangbusters” (The Washington Post). Treasure is “an ingenious roller-coaster of a story” (Daily News, New York).
Category: Fiction