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White Death by Clive Cussler
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Dec 06, 09

bookshelves: mystery-thriller, read-2009
Read in December, 2009

Kurt Austin is probably my favorite over-the-top action hero. He can (and does) do everything imaginable and some completely unimaginable stuff too. He's a great hero and he always gets the girl. His pal (and partner) Joe Zavala is another real good thinks-on-your-feet kinda guy. The adventures these two get into and out of are truly amazing.

This one involves a horn and sword from the 1500s which was stolen and passed along through a family of crazy Indians. The main crazy is Tunuk and he has serious delusions of gradeur. He is genetically enhancing fish on his conglomerate of biofish farms to be perpetually hungry and savagely viscious. He plans to release these fish into the wild to get the monopoly on the fish industry and rule the world. Obviously, Kurt and Joe (and NUMA) can't let this happen. As usual, the adventures are world-wide and involve characters from previous books.

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