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Robert Ludlum's (TM) The Arctic Event (Covert-One)
Title:

Robert Ludlum's (TM) The Arctic Event (Covert-One)

Author:
Robert Ludlum,Jeff Woodman,James H. Cobb
ISBN:
159483654X
PDF book size:
1900 kb
ePub book size:
1807 kb
Fb2 book size:
1733 kb
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ISBN13
978-1594836541
Rating:
4.3 of 5
Votes:
122
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing; Unabridged edition (September 26, 2007)
Language:
English
Subcatergory:
Contemporary
A household name for more than thirty years, Robert Ludlum has sold hundreds of millions of copies worldwide and set the standard by which thriller novels are measured. Hachette Audio is proud to publish the next installment in his beloved Covert-One series.Lt. Col. Jon Smith, an army research doctor and secret agent attached to Covert-One, is tapped to lead a team to Wednesday Island, an icy patch of land between the northern coast of Canada and the Earth's magnetic Pole. There, the remains of a mysterious plane were discovered during a routine educational expedition. The plane seems to be a Russian spy plane, and the Russian government secretly revealed to the US President that a lot of very dangerous anthrax may be on board. But Jon and his team aren't the only ones making their way to the plane. And when the members of the educational expedition slowly start disappearing and a team of Russian pirates take over the island, Jon's team will be lucky to get out alive.
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7 Reviews
  • Don't know what more superlatives you can say. Great story. Like the addition of Valerie the mix. Also the little addition of Randi to the team eventually is going to come as a great surprise to Jon. Can't wait to start next one. Great story!!!!

  • Flows, goes and moves your attention from character to character, keeping interests of the mind of what will happen next. Lots of good imagination is evolved throughout the seemingly never ending story.
    If you like Mr Ludlum's work as I have over the years your sure to enjoy reading adventure, it sure captured mine!!

  • I struggled to get through this. Only stuck with it because I was traveling with crappy WiFi. Won’t read any more Covert1.

  • First,but not last novel by this author. Thoroughly enjoyable reading and sorry it is over. Best to the author and thanks.

  • I have read many books by Ludlum, but I think this is the most exciting I have encountered. From page one it captured my attention and enjoyment and was a mystery all the way to the end. THE ARCTIC EVENT revolved around a plot that I can truly envision actually happening in today's world. One reason I always prefer Robert Luclum's books is that in addition to their believability and excitement, he uses a high level of vocabulary suitable to an educated mind. This vocabulary enhances my thinking.

  • As always an excellent Robert Ludlum story

  • Yet another great adventure tale from the writers of the Covert One series. Filled with all the action and intrigue you'd expect from John's world tripping life as a secret agent for Covert One. This time he and a team are off to the Arctic to recover a downed plane filled with lethal biotoxin before a group of terrorists gets to it first. Good fun! A very effective readling of the material and it arrived in great condition. who could ask for more. :o)

  • What can one say about Robert Ludlum's books - fantastic, wonderful, exciting, page turning. This man knows how to keep his readers interested and on the edge of their seats. This books gives you an on-site view of what it is like in the artic, so very descriptive and I felt cold just reading it. Very good book, as are all of Robert Ludlum books. Keep them coming Mr. Ludlum.