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  • Published: 25 June 2014
  • ISBN: 9781405916578
  • Imprint: Michael Joseph
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 544
  • RRP: $26.00

Sacred Stone: Oregon Files 2




Packed with blazing action and daring exploits, comes a nerve-shredding thriller from the best in the business.

In the remote wastes of Greenland, a young scientist has unearthed an artifact hidden in a cave for A millennium: a 50,000 year-old meteorite known as the Sacred Stone-which he soon discovers possesses potentially catastrophic radioactive power.

But the astounding find places him in the crosshairs of two opposing terrorist groups who seek the stone for themselves. One is a group of Muslim extremists who have stolen a nuclear device.

With the power of the meteorite, they could vaporize any city in the west. The other group is led by a megalomaniacal industrialist who seeks to carry out the utter annihilation of Islam itself. Caught between two militant factions bent on wholesale slaughter, Juan Cabrillo and his ship of high-tech mercenaries known as the Corporation must fight to protect the scientist and the Sacred Stone-and prevent the outbreak of World War III . . .

  • Pub date: 25 June 2014
  • ISBN: 9781405916578
  • Imprint: Michael Joseph
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 544
  • RRP: $26.00

About the Authors

Clive Cussler

Clive Cussler is the author or co-author of twenty previous bestselling books. He divides his time between Arizona and Colorado.

Craig Dirgo

Craig Dirgo is the best-selling author of numerous books and novels including The Einstein Papers, The Tesla Documents, Gunnison Grit and the New South Britain series. He has also co-written Sacred Stone and Golden Buddha with Clive Cussler. He resides in Crested Butte, Colorado high in the Rocky Mountains where he enjoys snow skiing, hiking, bicycling and motorcycling.


Praise for Sacred Stone: Oregon Files 2

“Impossible to put down . . . a compelling sense of adventure that can rival any cinematic blockbuster”

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