Cover of: The navigator | Clive Cussler

The navigator

a novel from the Numa files

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Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons in New York .
Written in English.

About the Book

Years ago, an ancient Phoenician statue known as the Navigator was stolen from the Baghdad Museum, and there are men who would do anything to get their hands on it. Their first victim is a crooked antiquities dealer, murdered in cold blood. Their second very nearly is a UN investigator who, were it not for the timely assistance of Austin and Zavala, would now be at the bottom of a watery grave.What's so special about this statue? Austin wonders. The search for answers will take the NUMA team on an astonishing odyssey through time and space, one that encompasses no less than the lost treasures of King Solomon, a mysterious packet of documents personally encoded by Thomas Jefferson, and a top secret scientific project that could change the world forever.And that's before the surprises really begin . . .Rich with all the hair-raising action and endless invention that have become Cussler's hallmarks, The Navigator is Clive's best yet.

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Edition Notes

Genre Fiction.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class 813/.54
Library of Congress PS3553.U75 N38 2007

The Physical Object

Pagination p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library OL17855843M
Internet Archive navigator000cuss
ISBN 13 9780399154195
LC Control Number 2007011882
Library Thing 2076731
Goodreads 41702

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