The unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Spy, Clive Cussler and Justin Scott's compelling third instalment in the Isaac Bell tales. Isaac Bell is on the hunt for the killer of some of America's finest minds....
In 1908, when a brilliant American battleship gun designer kills himself, his grief-stricken daughter is deeply suspicious. She turns to the legendary Van Dorn Detective Agency, where chief investigator Isaac Bell finds clues that indicate murder. Uncovering more suspicious deaths, Bell realises that someone - an elusive spy - is orchestrating the destruction of America's brightest technological minds. And the murders all connect to a top-secret project known as Hull 44. As Bell gets closer to the truth and the spy himself, he is pitted against German, Japanese, and British agents. More than the future of his country is at stake - it's the fate of the world.
©2010 Clive Cussler and Justin Scott (P)2011 Penguin Books Limited
"Frightening and full of suspense... unquestionably entertaining. (Daily Express)
"Cussler is hard to beat." (Daily Mail)
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"Brilliant Book from start to finish"
The story line is excellent. as always Clive and Justin have done it again.
"Another rip roaring tale"
An enjoyable listen with some gentle twists and turns. I felt the story was honey for the ears but could have done with an occasional bee to offer a sting.
"Another great Isaac Bell adventure...."
Superbly narrated by Scott Brick once again.
I wasn't drawn into the story as I have so often been with other Cussler stories, however this was still well worth the listen.
I realy enjoy Cusslers early 1900's detail. Such a fascinating period....
Isaac Bell of course...however some of the other Van Dorn operatives are interesting characters too...
Well worth a credit!
"Another Cussler special"
Great story as per the Cussler series, Scott Brick again seems to be the perfect voice for the job....Well worth a listen.
"Isaac bell is a bit poo."
Well as a relatively big Clive cussler fan the Isaac bell series seems to be lacking the same inventiveness of other adventures.
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