Poseidon's Arrow

Poseidon's Arrow

By Clive Cussler; Dirk Cussler

Berkley Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780425265055, 545pp.

Publication Date: November 5, 2013

It is the greatest advance in American defense technology in decades an attack submarine capable of incredible underwater speeds. There is only one problem: A key element of the prototype is missing and the man who developed it is dead.
At the same time, ships have started vanishing mid-ocean, usually never to be found again, but when they are, sometimes bodies are found aboard burned to a crisp. What is going on? And what does it have to do with an Italian submarine that vanished in 1943? Or did it?
It is up to NUMA director Dirk Pitt and his team, aided by a beautiful NCIS agent and by Pitt's children, Dirk, Jr., and Summer, to go on a desperate international chase to find the truth. But what they discover is a much, much greater threat than even they imagined

About the Author
Clive Cussler is the author or coauthor of twenty-nine books, which have been published in more than forty languages in more than 100 countries. In his life away from the written word, Cussler has searched for lost aircraft, led expeditions to find famous shipwrecks, and garnered an amazing record of success. With his own NUMA crew of volunteers, Cussler has discovered more than sixty lost ships of historic significance, including the long-lost Confederate submarine Hunley. A world-class collector of classic automobiles, Cussler lives in the mountains of Colorado.

Dirk Cussler a activement participe aux expeditions de son pere au sein de NUMA. Il vit dans l Arizona et co-ecrit avec lui les romans de la serie Numa.

Praise For Poseidon's Arrow

“Just about the best storyteller in the business.”—New York Post

“Cussler is a master at building suspense and tension.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch

“A new Clive Cussler novel is like a visit from your best friend.”—Tom Clancy

“When the going gets tough, I read Clive Cussler, for no one can spin a yarn that’s so thoroughly spellbinding and entertaining as he can.”—Harold Coyle