Zero Hour

By Clive Cussler; Graham Brown
(Berkley Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780425267776, 422pp.)

Publication Date: June 3, 2014

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The dazzling new novel in the #1 "New York Times" bestselling series from the grand master of adventure...
It is called zero-point energy, and it really exists--a state of energy contained in all matter everywhere, and thus all but unlimited. Nobody has ever found a way to tap into it...until one scientist succeeds. Unfortunately, his intentions are far from noble.
The scientist is determined to avenge himself upon those who have scorned and vilified him, and constructs machines that will use the zero-point energy to unleash an apocalypse of earthquakes and cracks in the Earth's tectonic plates.
With disaster drawing closer, Kurt Austin and the NUMA team race to find the machines before they're activated. For if they fail, the world will literally be torn apart...



About the Author
est l'auteur de nombreux thrillers et romans d'aventures. C'est en 1973 que parait son premier roman. On y decouvre le heros aventurier qui fera son succes, Dirk Pitt, directeur des projets speciaux de la NUMA, dont Cussler est en realite le fondateur et president. Connu pour ses activites de chasseur d'epaves, il est aussi membre de la Societe Geographique Royale de Londres et du Club des explorateurs de New York.

Graham Brown grew up on the east coast, went to college in Arizona, fell in love with the desert and has lived in the southwest ever since. He's been a pilot, a lawyer and a ditch digger and isn't sure which of the three jobs he liked the best. His novels, Black Rain, Black Sun and The Eden Prophecy were published by Bantam-Dell. Since 2010 he's been lucky enough to work with Clive Cussler on the NUMA FILES: Devil's Gate, The Storm and Zero Hour were all NYT bestsellers. His latest project is a supernatural thriller entitled Shadows of the Midnight Sun, co-written with Spencer J. Andrews.


Praise For Zero Hour

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

“Nobody does it better…nobody!” —Stephen Coonts

CLIVE CUSSLER…

“…has no equal.” —Publishers Weekly

ZERO HOUR is…

“A nonstop action thriller.” —The Associated Press

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