The H Factor

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A page-turning International Thriller as a crazed Arab, his two ruthless assassins, and a beautiful Mossad agent, confront Gavin Lock, President of International Petroleum Unlimited, as Lock and his wife's lover O.B. Hoffman, race to Madrid to track down and obtain a secret energy process discovered in Nazi Germany in 1942 that will render oil obsolete. Sabotage, murder, kidnapping and high finance backed by the Royal Saudi family emerge. In Spain, they face a force even more evil and terrifying than that of the ...

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Overview

A page-turning International Thriller as a crazed Arab, his two ruthless assassins, and a beautiful Mossad agent, confront Gavin Lock, President of International Petroleum Unlimited, as Lock and his wife's lover O.B. Hoffman, race to Madrid to track down and obtain a secret energy process discovered in Nazi Germany in 1942 that will render oil obsolete. Sabotage, murder, kidnapping and high finance backed by the Royal Saudi family emerge. In Spain, they face a force even more evil and terrifying than that of the Arab. Even worse they are former Nazis intent on destroying the process and anyone who stands in their way.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608136889
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 2/9/2009
  • Pages: 318
  • Product dimensions: 0.71 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Jack Cummings a prolific writer of fiction and non-fiction with over twenty-two titles published and three million copies in print, Cummings has five commendations from the US Department of State for his honorary service on assignments with the governments of Egypt and Kyrgyzstan. His newest novel, The H Factor introduces readers to a man of intrigue, Gavin Lock.
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  • Posted February 19, 2009

    Cummings has been sending shivers up and down my spine for years. Now he has brought us Gavin Lock and a real to life Oil vs Evil.

    Many American readers may not connect internationally known and widely published Jack Cummings to mystry Thrillers, but he has been there, lived the life, knows the ropes and had the experience of Global Finance to bring his characters to life. His own experiences shine through as he took me into places around the globe that I remember as a young man traveling with my family. His clear understanding of the mental outlook from different economic, religious and human points of view were enthrawling, as he delves into the minds of the truly evil as well as the tender life long dream that Dieter (a character) has to make meaningful redemption for the horrors for which his Nazi scientist father was convicted by the WW II war crimes court of Nurnberg, Germany. I can hardly wait until his follow up book brings me more of the same.

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