The Solomon Curse

The Solomon Curse by Clive Cassler

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There are many rumors about the bay off Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. Some say it was the site of the lost empire of the Solomon king and that great treasure lies beneath the waters. Others say terrible things happened here, atrocities and disappearances at the hands of cannibal giants, and those who venture there do not return. It is cursed.

Which is exactly what attracts the attention of husband-and-wife treasure-hunting team Sam and Remi Fargo. How could they resist? Clues and whispers lead them on a hunt from the Solomons to Australia to Japan, and what they find at the end of the trail is both wonderful and monstrous — and like nothing they have ever seen before.

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Clive Cassler

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Country: USA Born: 1931-07-15 Died: 2020-02-24 Biography: The life of the American writer Clive Kassler, one of the leading adventure adventure masters of our time, is like a gripping novel in itself. Clive Cassler was born in Illinois and raised in Alhambra, California. After studying for two years in college, he enlisted in the US Air Force and served in Korea. After returning from service, he worked in the advertising business for a long time. He began writing in 1965, and in 1973 he published his first novel with the participation of Dirk Pitt. In parallel with his successful literary activity, he was engaged in the search and recovery of sunken ships for a long time. On account of the Agency for Marine and Underwater Research (NUMA: National Underwater Marine Agency) founded by him, which served as a prototype for the organization of the same name in the writer`s works, more than 60 unique finds, including the legendary Henley submarine, which was considered missing. Colleagues highly appreciated the merits of Kassler: he was elected a full member of such prestigious associations as the "Explorers Club", "Royal Geographical Society", "American Oceanographic Society"; laureate of numerous awards. Recently, Clive Kassler, due to his advanced age, rarely goes to sea, but his authority in the world is so high that even the Russian Government involved him as a consultant in the preparation of the work on raising the Kursk nuclear submarine. The first novel, The Mediterranean Pirate, was published in 1973, but the third book, Raising the Titanic, brought worldwide fame and fame to Kassler, which overnight became a bestseller and was soon filmed. The author himself called this film monstrous and vowed never to deal with Hollywood again. However, exactly 25 years later, in 2005, a new adaptation of his novel, "Sahara", was released on the screens of the world. From the pen of the author, a dozen and a half more works were published with the unchanging main character Dirk Pitt, which had great success, translated into dozens of languages ​​and published with a total circulation of over 100 million copies. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cussler,_Clive

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Country: USA Born: 1931-07-15 Died: 2020-02-24 Biography: The life of the American writer Clive Kassler, one of the leading adventure adventure masters of our time, is like a gripping novel in itself. Clive Cassler was born in Illinois and raised in Alhambra, California. After studying for two years in college, he enlisted in the US Air Force and served in Korea. After returning from service, he worked in the advertising business for a long time. He began writing in 1965, and in 1973 he published his first novel with the participation of Dirk Pitt. In parallel with his successful literary activity, he was engaged in the search and recovery of sunken ships for a long time. On account of the Agency for Marine and Underwater Research (NUMA: National Underwater Marine Agency) founded by him, which served as a prototype for the organization of the same name in the writer`s works, more than 60 unique finds, including the legendary Henley submarine, which was considered missing. Colleagues highly appreciated the merits of Kassler: he was elected a full member of such prestigious associations as the "Explorers Club", "Royal Geographical Society", "American Oceanographic Society"; laureate of numerous awards. Recently, Clive Kassler, due to his advanced age, rarely goes to sea, but his authority in the world is so high that even the Russian Government involved him as a consultant in the preparation of the work on raising the Kursk nuclear submarine. The first novel, The Mediterranean Pirate, was published in 1973, but the third book, Raising the Titanic, brought worldwide fame and fame to Kassler, which overnight became a bestseller and was soon filmed. The author himself called this film monstrous and vowed never to deal with Hollywood again. However, exactly 25 years later, in 2005, a new adaptation of his novel, "Sahara", was released on the screens of the world. From the pen of the author, a dozen and a half more works were published with the unchanging main character Dirk Pitt, which had great success, translated into dozens of languages ​​and published with a total circulation of over 100 million copies. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cussler,_Clive