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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While the West Coast thrives in own wild way, railroad men across the country fight for the longest lines, the strongest books, and fullest pockets. Meanwhile, an unknown saboteur and anarchist seeks to derail the largest conglomerate of all, the Southern Pacific.

Men Reading Books: The Wrecker by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott

Several things I really enjoyed about this particular book were the bits of wrdcker wisdom and the high-stakes card game Bell endures aboard a moving train with a carload of wealthy potential suspects.


The bits of wisdom are these, quoted from chapters 7 and I could read that portion again and again, and probably still feel my heart try to match the speed of the train as I wait for the men to lay down.

OK Most of his books start somewhere way back when. I have not read this one yet, I have a few like that. They explained, like for Cussler, Cussler would write an outline, the co author would do a lot of the writing. Perhaps the other author does not have the time, or Clive is too demanding, or some other good reason not to continue. That may be the reason for not continuing a series.

The Wrecker: Isaac Bell Adventures (Book 2)

And with Clive having so many different co authors including Dirk, maybe its just a case of time. You are commenting using your Tje. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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