Private detective Isaac Bell returns in Clive Cussler’s The Wrecker. train wrecks, fires, and explosions sabotage the Southern Pacific. Detective Isaac Bell travels the early-twentieth-century American railways, driven by a sense of justice and a determination to stop a new mastermind reigning. The Wrecker (Isaac Bell series Book 2) and millions of other books are .. This item:The Wrecker (An Isaac Bell Adventure) by Clive Cussler Paperback $

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The title should be at least 4 characters long. Apple Audible downpour eMusic audiobooks. Not Yet Known Unabridged Overall. Clive Cussler, Dirk Cussler Length: The Wrecker is an excellent follow-up to The Chase. Also in An Isaac Bell Adventure. There has been a chain of sabotages on the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. For two years, the western states of America have been suffering an extraordinary crime spree: Well, that and I remember way back when I was studying German at university that one of the ladies in the class made some comment that Clive Cussler was a really popular author, and his name has stuck in my head ever since.

Detective Isaac Bell travels the early-twentieth-century American railways, driven by a sense of justice and a determination to stop a new mastermind reigning terror on a crucial express line in this 1 New York Times -bestselling series. Van Dorn assigns Bell to catch and stop The Wrecker, an unknown enemy who seems bent on destroying the Southern Pacific Railway company owned by millionaire, Oswald Hennessy.

So Convincing it could be history Would you listen to The Wrecker again? Van Dorn sends in its top investigator, Isaac Bell. Critic reviews “Clive Cussler is hard to beat. Aug 07, Terri rated it liked it.

The review must be at least 50 characters long. Another cracking story from Clive Cussler. They explained, like for Cussler, Cussler would write an outline, the co author would do a lot of the writing. Enough to say that by the end of the book the Wrecker’s motivation is at the very best “fuzzy.


This article about a historical novel of the s is a stub. Notify me of new comments via email. Is he really a disgruntled striker? Some of the violence is directed at kids.

I was leary about reading a non-Pitt book, but I am so happy I did. Train wrecks, fires, and explosions sabotage the Souther In The ChaseClive Cussler introduced an electrifying new hero, wdecker tall, lean, no-nonsense detective Isaac Bell, who, driven by his sense of cusslr, travels early-twentieth-century America pursuing thieves and killers.

How can the character have been so uncertain that all his subsequent attempts would fail to know years before he needed the backup plan it felt like an oops i think i need to pad this out a bit. Strangely, we actually do discover the real identity of the Wrecker about halfway through the book, yet Cussler and Scott know how to use this revelation to their advantage, and it actually adds to the story.

Most of this book is like an action packed Western. As previously mentioned, Scott Brick fits perfectly. This page was last edited on 2 Julyat And I loved it!

The unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The WreckerClive Cussler and Justin Scott’s suspenseful second installment of the fantastic Isaac Bell tales.

Isaac Bell waits decades to get his man It is the name for a phenomenon that may have occurred many times in the past. Desperate for help the railroad hires the fabled Van Dorn Detective Agency. Jul 01, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: And the two are good writers; I couldn’t even tell there were two writers.

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What did the Wrecker have to gain, and why was he so intent on destroying one particular train company following the Great San Francisco Earthquake? Van Dorn sends in his best man, and Bell quickly discovers that a mysterious cussoer haunts the chssler jungles of the West, a man known as the Wrecker, who recruits accomplices from the down-and-out to attack the railroad, and then kills them afterward. Sure, he has the perfect coif of hair, a rocking s mustache and a steely gaze to drive bad guys trembling to their knees and pretty ladies into a swoon, but I find myself liking the guy and rooting for him.


Don’t forget to take a breath every now and then, this book is a race What the author s do with this series: Filled with intricate plotting and dazzling set pieces, The Wrecker is one of the most entertaining thrillers in years.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Nov 10, SaraKat rated it liked it Shelves: Sorting out the stop signal means that later when they do spot the mine the do stop in time.

Clive CusslerJustin Scott. And with Clive having so many different co authors including Dirk, maybe its just a case of time. Those who owned railroads were very wealthy indeed.

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Clive Cussler lives in Arizona. That is a bit of a shame because I actually quite liked Sahara, and the only reason that I Crashing the Railroad Barons 2 November A part of me feels a little sorry for Clive Cussler. A criminal mastermind engineering some as yet unexplained scheme?

We follow Issac and fellow detectives fhe they try to locate and twart “the Wrecker” who was causing train wrecks. Isaac Bell, in my opinion, is just as epic of a character. Once again, Bell is a fantastic and smart character, and I loved taking the journey along with him as he discovers who “the Wrecker” really is.