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Bazaar of the Dead
     

Bazaar of the Dead

by Fritz Galt
 
Trouble is brewing in Switzerland, and Mick Pierce is there...

A NEW MICROCHIP: In a high-energy particle accelerator buried deep below the Swiss Alps, American physicists are creating a revolutionary new computer chip. It will destroy all competition, ruin the global economy, neutralize all militaries...and save the world.

AN ASSASSIN: Fearful, an

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Trouble is brewing in Switzerland, and Mick Pierce is there...

A NEW MICROCHIP: In a high-energy particle accelerator buried deep below the Swiss Alps, American physicists are creating a revolutionary new computer chip. It will destroy all competition, ruin the global economy, neutralize all militaries...and save the world.

AN ASSASSIN: Fearful, an international cartel hires an operative to stop development of the chip. But the man they hire is an enigma. He seems to be several people at once...all with a penchant for carnage!

A CIA AGENT: Untangling a web of secrecy surrounding the project, CIA agent Mick Pierce watches helplessly as the assassin zeros in on his brother Alec, his wife Natalie, and his ultimate target, the President of the United States. Working separately, Mick and Natalie must scrap all security considerations, defy their government, and sell their souls to save the President. And then, Mick is invited to watch a very special video. His wife is in bed with the killer!

Bazaar Of The Dead, the third in a series, vaults you from Swiss mountaintops, to Moroccan markets, to the charged atmosphere of high-energy laboratories. Mick takes on his most mysterious, personal, and deadly case yet...as the world threatens to spin out of control!

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Tales from a Small Planet
Rapid-fire pacing!

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ISBN-13:
9780595198290
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/24/2001
Pages:
424
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.04(h) x 1.13(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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