Cyclops by Clive Cussler – CULTURAL HERITAGE BOOKS
Cyclops by Clive Cussler
Cyclops by Clive Cussler
Cyclops by Clive Cussler

Cyclops by Clive Cussler

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New York : Simon and Schuster, 1986. First edition. Hardcover. 475 pages ; 25 cm. Price clipped dust jacket. A couple of droplets of water stain on the side page edge. No markings within this book. Binding is firm.


When it comes to sheer excitement, nobody can top Clive Cussler—except Clive Cussler himself!

After his adventures in the best-selling Deep Six, the indomitable Dirk Pitt returns in a new, even more, enthralling spellbinder.

It begins when a noted financial publisher and adventurer, Raymond LeBaron, sets off in an antique blimp in search of the Cyclops, a U.S. Navy collier which vanished in mysterious circumstances in 1918 near Cuban waters—and which may have had on board a fabulous treasure...

LeBaron and his crew also vanish, in circumstances that are at once puzzling and alarming and which lead a reluctant Dirk Pitt into one of the most extraordinary adventures of his career—an adventure that leads him step by step, in constant danger, to the discovery of a secret base on the moon, a Soviet plot against Castro that endangers the peace of the world, and the unveiling of the treasure itself...

With the skilled hand of a master storyteller, Clive Cussler has woven in Cyclops his most complex and suspenseful plot, linking the fascinating behind-the-headlines facts of Star Wars and the Cold War with a compelling story of greed and passion—and a secret so amazing that it has been kept from the President of the United States himself. The bizarre chain of events that begins with LeBaron's disappearance explodes into a battle between the Soviet Union and the United States for possession of the moon and ends with a blazing, cliff-hanging race against time to prevent an awesome tragedy. It almost defeats Dirk Pitt and takes him from the inner councils of the White House to a confrontation with Fidel Castro himself...

It is Clive Cussler's most ambitious novel to date.

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