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The Sam Reilly Collection, Volume 2

By: Christopher Cartwright
Narrated by: David Gilmore
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Three complete novels in the Sam Reilly action and adventure series!

Rogue Wave

The offer - $20 billion split between four leading scientists on alternative energies to purchase and then squash their research lines, which include the recent discovery of a powerful new energy source capable of replacing mankind’s reliance on fossil fuels.

There’s no doubt their discovery is worth 10 times that much. But will any one of them live if they refuse?

At the same time, the greatest technological advancement in warfare since the creation of the atomic bomb has been discovered and is being offered to the highest bidder.

There is just one problem, though: The seller might no longer have any control of the weapon.

Can Sam Reilly weave his way through the web of industrial and political espionage before the human race loses its greatest fight for survival?

The Cassidy Project

In the middle of the Pacific Ocean in 1962, at the height of the Cold War, the US military experimented with electromagnetic pulses created by detonating high-atmosphere nuclear bombs. The project was code-named Starfish Prime. The primary objective was to develop the ability to produce an EMP with enough force to knock out an entire nation’s communications, rendering a retaliatory attack impossible.

The secondary objective, along with its consequences, was deemed too important to national security to ever be released.

In 1983 an American B-52 nuclear bomber goes missing somewhere near the Bering Strait while delivering a secret cargo at the express order of President Ronald Reagan to an unmapped island. Present day, in the Weddell Sea off the coast of Antarctica, a woman wakes up on a cruise ship to discover she’s the only person left aboard, despite no apparent fault with the ship.

Sam Reilly, already on a rescue mission to Antarctica to save five French scientists, may be the only person standing in the way of the completion of The Cassidy Project.

©2016 Christopher Cartwright (P)2018 Christopher Cartwright

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A Spectacular Collection of Superb Books!

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I am absolutely entranced by this series. I love the characters, but the stories are uniquely intriguing. Each book, even though they have the main characters in common, are completely different from one another and all suspenseful and well-developed. I cannot say which book I liked better, as they all held my interest to the end. I particularly appreciated the research that went into the scientific aspect of each story and the explanation given by the author to allow us to fully understand the various plots. The writing is also exceptional as is the narration.
I like the fact that the characters are all intelligent, good-looking, and resourceful. After all these books are works of fiction and not reality. It is a glamorous and fantastic world, and why not? You read or listen to these type of stories for an enjoyable experience, so why not have the protagonists be all you would wish for? If you want ugliness, just turn on your TV...
I'm hooked on the series and look forward to listen to more of Sam Reilly's adventures...

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