The Chase by Clive Cussler

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Clive cussler is back with a stand-alone novel that ?cranks up a head of steam and some high speed thrills.?(Publishers Weekly)

A no- nonsense detective is on the trail of the sharpest and deadliest criminal mind he has ever encountered: a serial robber who murders any and all witnesses in cold-blood.

About Clive Cussler

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CLIVE CUSSLER is the author of dozens of New York Times bestsellers, most recently The Striker and Zero Hour. He lives in Arizona.THOMAS PERRY is the author of many novels, including the Edgar Award winner The Butcher’s Boy, and the Jane Whitefield series. He is the coauthor with Cussler of The Tombs. Perry lives in southern California.
Published November 6, 2007 by Berkley. 428 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, History, Crime, Horror, Romance. Fiction

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At any rate, the game’s afoot, the antagonists perfectly matched, with Cromwell convinced he can rob, kill and elude capture, and Bell promising not to rest “until I capture the man responsible for these hideous crimes.” Thin characters, fat plot-holes, sluggish pacing and Cussler’s signature clu...

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Publishers Weekly

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The U.S. government hires the renowned Van Dorn Detective Agency and its equally renowned lead agent, Isaac Bell, to capture the bank robber known as the Butcher Bandit.

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BC Books

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Clive Cussler moves out of the realm of modern-day action thrillers with The Chase, a detective story set in the American West in 1906.

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Book Reporter

It is so creative and fun to read about Ruskin eluding Bell and Bell trying to outwit Ruskin.

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Historical Novel Society

With the help of others at the Van Dorn Detective Agency, Bell manages to trace the Butcher Bandit, but encounters difficulty amassing enough evidence to secure a conviction.

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