The Striker

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G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2013 - Fiction - 375 pages
23 Reviews
Detective Isaac Bell returns in the remarkable new adventure in the #1 New York Times–bestselling series.

It is 1902, and a bright, inexperienced young man named Isaac Bell, only two years out of his apprenticeship at the Van Dorn Detective Agency, has an urgent message for his boss. Hired to hunt for radical unionist saboteurs in the coal mines, he is witness to a terrible accident that makes him think that something else is going on, that provocateurs are at work and bigger stakes are in play.

Little does he know just how big they are. Given exactly one week to prove his case, Bell quickly finds himself pitted against two of the most ruthless opponents he has ever known, men of staggering ambition and cold-bloodedness . . . who are not about to let some wet-behind-the-ears detective stand in their way.

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Review: The Striker (Isaac Bell #6)

User Review  - Scott Cook - Goodreads

This was my first Clive Cussler book and from what I understand he is a prolific book-creator so I'm glad I can now say I'm familiar with his writing. I liked the story and the setting but was really ... Read full review

Review: The Striker (Isaac Bell #6)

User Review  - Chris Lytle - Goodreads

Cussler's latest Issac Bell outing - The Striker - is a significant detour that takes our hero back to his apprentice days in 1902. Gone are his love interest Marion, the overly descriptive dining ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Clive Cussler is the author of many New York Times bestsellers, most recently The Thief, The Storm, and The Tombs. He lives in Arizona.

Justin Scott 's novels include The Shipkiller and Normandie Triangle; the Ben Abbott detective series; and modern sea thrillers published under his pen name, Paul Garrison. He is the coauthor with Clive Cussler of four previous Isaac Bell novels. He lives in Connecticut.

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