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A BIZARRE OCEAN VESSEL WITH A CREW OF CORPSES...
A DEADLY ARCTIC CONFRONTATION...
A VICIOUS INTERNATIONAL CONSPIRACY TO
HIJACK A CONTINENT!
Frozen inside a million-ton mass of ice -- the charred remains of a long-missing luxury yacht, vanished en route to a secret White House rendezvous. The only clues to the ship's priceless -- and missing -- cargo: ornately carved rings and the horribly burned bodies of its crew.
DIRK PITT, intrepid hero of Clive Cussler's smash bestsellsers Dragon, Sahara, and Inca Gold, confronts the most lethal network of intrigue and murder in his war against international crime. Only his strength, skill and daring can thwart a supercharged scheme that could blow every fuse on earth! --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
I enjoyed it when I first read it, this was just replacing a paperback copy with a hard cover.Published 8 months ago by P. Drummond
I have most of Clive Cussler books but not the earlier ones and I like to read author from the first book and read them in order and story "Iceberg" that was the reason I... Read morePublished 9 months ago by ron kittiel
I enjoyed this book, the plot was good, characters were alright, but I jus think it could have been much better... First, where was Dirk's friend Giordino from the first book? Read morePublished on March 20 2005 by Michael Beveridge
i had a fever when i read this, and it got worse cause i could feel the wind chill factor while reading this. Read morePublished on June 17 2004 by rashid
First off, change that one star I had to give to the no stars this atrocious crapfest deserves. This is truly one of the four or five worst novels I've ever tortured myself with. Read morePublished on May 17 2004 by bob
There's not much to say about this novel, other than that the author displayed a complete lack of inspiration, the main twist of the book revolving around a sex change. Read morePublished on April 7 2004 by S. Roberts
I thought this book was hilarious...whenever would you imagine Dirk Pitt, international man of style, in a wool turtleneck and plaid pants? Read morePublished on April 23 2003 by J. Peterson