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The seventh plague

Two Dimensional Nonprojected Graphic

2016

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Genre: Suspense fiction.

ISBN:

  • 9780062381699 (paperback)
  • 9780062381699
  • 0062381695

Description: xiv, 622 pages : illustrations, maps ; 19 cm

Other Title: 7th plague : a Sigma Force novel

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Du Brul, Jack B. — Jack DuBrul's books featuring geologist (and ex-CIA commando) Philip Mercer is a good possibility for fans of Rollins's brand of inventive Suspense Stories. Like Rollins, Du Brul takes nonstop danger and international intrigue, adds in a dash of history and science, and then mixes everything into high octane Suspense Stories. -- Krista Biggs
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