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White Deathby Clive Cussler and Paul Kemprecos
Synopses & Reviews
Critics and fans everywhere have welcomed the enormously entertaining new series from Clive Cussler: the adventures of Kurt Austin, taken from the NUMA(r) Files.
Hailed as a hero for the new millennium, Austin is the leader of NUMA(r)'s Special Assignments Team — and the threat before him now is definitely special. A confrontation between a radical environmentalist group and a Danish cruiser has forced Austin and colleague Joe Zavala to come to the rescue of a shipful of trapped men; but when the two of them investigate further, they discover that something far more sinister is at work. A shadowy multinational corporation is attempting to wrest control of the very seas themselves — no matter what havoc results — and is killing anyone who attempts to stop them. When Austin's boat blows up and he just barely survives, it seems certain he is the next in line to die — but he cannot stop now. For the environmental disaster has already begun, and only he and NUMA(r) stand in the way....
Rich with all the hair-raising adventure and endless imagination unique to Cussler, White Death is an exceptional thriller from the grand master of adventure fiction.
"Who would have guessed that the world of high-stakes fish farming could be so thrilling?" Publishers Weekly
"Should rise to the top like one of Cussler's real-life lost ships." Kirkus Reviews
"Cussler and Kemprecos have a gift for fitting history, science, and action into an interesting story." School Library Journal
About the Author
Clive Cussler is the author or coauthor of twenty-two previous books, including, most recently, Valhalla Rising, Fire Ice, and the nonfiction The Sea Hunters II.
Paul Kemprecos coauthored the NUMA(r) Files novels Serpent, Blue Gold, and Fire Ice, and is a Shamus Award-winning author of six underwater detective thrillers.
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