Private detective Isaac Bell returns in Clive Cussler’s The Wrecker. train wrecks, fires, and explosions sabotage the Southern Pacific. Detective Isaac Bell travels the early-twentieth-century American railways, driven by a sense of justice and a determination to stop a new mastermind reigning. The Wrecker (Isaac Bell series Book 2) and millions of other books are .. This item:The Wrecker (An Isaac Bell Adventure) by Clive Cussler Paperback $
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But overall, I loved the characters and the storyline, and am looking forward to reading more in the series. Who was your favorite character and cliive Cussler wrevker an internationally recognized authority on shipwrecks and the founder of the National Underwater and Marine Agency, NUMA a C3 non-profit organization named after the fictional Federal agency in his novels that dedicates itself to preserving American maritime and naval history.
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Good story and well read, a little far fetched with the continued escapes. Item s unavailable for purchase.
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William Stewart Neston, United Kingdom They explained, like for Cussler, Cussler would write an outline, the co author would do a lot of the writing. There were some parts cussled I thought they really could have skipped some details.
Nov 05, Steve Ponedal rated it really liked it. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Sure, I could go on about supply and demand and its effect on wages and such, but this is a review about a rather ordinary book.
The Wrecker: Isaac Bell Adventures (Book 2)
Is there a link between these violent events? The ending presumably attempted to tie some loose ends, but it succeeds only to bring more where-did-that-come-from moments. Your flive name should be at least 2 characters long.
The action was very fast paced, yet never seemed too implausible. Their knowledge of the time period is what impressed me most but it also is what made the book longer than necessary. How to write a great review. Other books in the series. Bell is the number one detective of the Van Dorn detective agency. Perhaps the other author does not have the time, or Clive is too demanding, or some other good reason not to continue.
So the series is more or less finished with me. The reader is in the dark for a while, but once the Wrecker’s identity is revealed, it actually makes the action ramp up even further as we can see how he is duping those around him. Again, the bulk of the action takes place in the railyards of Northern California and the west, I think I like the Wrecker slightly better than the Chase but they’re both great examples of the series at its best.
Desperate for help the railroad hires the fabled Van Dorn Detective Agency. Cussler’s books have been published in more than 40 languages in more than countries. The Wrecker travels cllve vast spaces of the American West as if he had wings, striking wherever he pleases, causing untold damage wreckrr loss of human life.
This is one of those atmospheric stories, where all the description and narrative make you think you are in a time machine.
How clkve the character have been so uncertain that all his subsequent attempts would fail to know years before he needed the backup plan it felt like an oops i think i need to pad this out a bit Any additional comments?
Open Preview See a Problem? Again, the bulk of the action takes place in the railyards of Northern California and the west, I think I like the Wrecker slightly better than the Chase but they’re both great examples of the series at it In this second book of the series, Isaac Bell finds himself up against a wiley saboteur nicknamed the Wrecker, who has both railroad workers and passengers terrified.
This paragraph applies to all books in this series. At its very worst, it would mean the obliteration of all living matter Don’t forget to take a breath every cussleg and then, this book is a race What the author s do with this series: Clive CusslerJustin Scott.
But it is not the engine nor its grisly contents that interest the people watching nearby.