Wrath of Poseidon

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The legend of Croesus’s riches has echoed across millennia. Stolen and hidden by pirates after the Persian King’s defeat in 546 BC, his staggering wealth was thought to be lost to history. Treasure-hunters Sam and Remi Fargo know it’s out there somewhere. A decade after their search for the King’s gold first brought them together, the husband and wife team return to Greece to uncover the hoard that has always eluded them. But they soon learn they’re not the only ones looking. The reappearance of a vengeful and ruthless rival forces them into a deadly race against time to find the treasure. And until it’s found no one is safe.

ISBN: 9781405944526 Author: Cussler, Clive Publisher: Penguin Books Publication Date: 29th April 2021 Imprint: Penguin Books Cover: Paperback Dewey: 813.54 (edition:23) Pages: ix, 429 Language: English Edition: 1st paperback ed Readership: General - Trade / Code: K Category: Subjects: , ,

THE LATEST INSTALMENT IN THE FARGO ADVENTURES FROM BESTSELLING GRAND MASTER OF ADVENTURE CLIVE CUSSLER

WHO WILL DISCOVER THE LOST RICHES OF CROESUS?
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Treasure hunters Remi and Sam Fargo are in Washington, DC looking for the final clue in a puzzle more than a decade old – a dangerous mystery which originally led to their teaming up.

For ten years ago, a chance meeting that threw Remi and Sam together led to the pair diving together for ancient sunken wrecks off the Greek coast.

But when a secretive billionaire decided he didn’t want anyone diving in the seas near his operations, the pair found themselves in deep trouble. Only now, returning ten years later, do they finally understand who and what they were up against.

For with the lost riches of Croesus lying somewhere in these waters, their formidable enemy won’t be giving up easily.

Suddenly, finding the treasure becomes less important than making it home alive . . .
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‘The Adventure King’
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