Indiana Jones and the Genesis Deluge

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A Wash in Evil

London, 1927. Since losing his beloved in the Amazon a year ago, Indiana Jones has settled down with his Ph.D. and taught Celtic archaeology, thinking he has left adventure behind. Yet Indy is rather tempted when a wild-eyed Russian doctor, Vladimir Zobolotsky, tries to recruit him for an expedition to search for Noah?s Ark . . . and he finally takes up the dangerous quest after meeting Vladimir?s alluring daughter, Katrina.

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Overview

A Wash in Evil

London, 1927. Since losing his beloved in the Amazon a year ago, Indiana Jones has settled down with his Ph.D. and taught Celtic archaeology, thinking he has left adventure behind. Yet Indy is rather tempted when a wild-eyed Russian doctor, Vladimir Zobolotsky, tries to recruit him for an expedition to search for Noah’s Ark . . . and he finally takes up the dangerous quest after meeting Vladimir’s alluring daughter, Katrina.

They have set out for Istanbul and then Mount Ararat, the fabled location of Noah’s Ark, when trouble erupts. Kremlin agents, Sicilian “enforcers,” and Turkish bandits all attempt to bar Vladimir, Katrina, and Indiana Jones from the archaeological find of the century . . . and from a certain 950-year-old boatbuilder.

On the run from Al Capone, Indy joins a Russian expedition to the top of Mount Ararat, the last known resting place of Noah's Ark. Along the way he has to deal with murderous Bolshevik dervishes, oath-bound to protect the Ark until Judgment Day. The ABC-TV series The Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones premiers in February. 16-page preview of Book #5: The Unicorn's Horn. Original.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780553295023
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 1/28/1992
  • Series: Indiana Jones Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 707,868
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.89 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Meet the Author

Rob MacGregor is an Edgar-winning author who has been on the New York Times bestseller list. He is the author of seventeen novels, ten nonfiction books, and numerous magazine and newspaper articles. In addition to writing his own novels, he has teemed with George Lucas, Peter Benchly, and Billy Dee Williams.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2009

    This is pure Indy like we used to know him! A+++++++++++++

    Being a huge Indy fan, this is the kind of Indy story that I've longed for since the 3rd trilogy movie. As another poster said you could almost hear the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" theme on every page - which is what made this story great! There was the in search of lost religious artifacts theme, there was the "in slightly over his head" theme, numerous elements of danger throughout, a hint at love affair theme and so on BUT with completely different plot, characters, character interests and backgrounds, etc etc. All around an outstanding book and I'm very glad I found it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2000

    Well written book, you could almost hear the 'Raider's March' in the backround.

    This book really follows the Indiana Jones line of religious artifacts and was a reference for the movie 'Adventures of Young Indiana Jones-The Mystery of the Blues'. This book would be an excellent example of an new sequel in the Indiana Jones series.

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