The Tesla Documents

Overview

More than 100 years ago, inventor Nikola Tesla created a device for transferring electricity without wires. It was supposed to be his greatest triumph. Instead his invention spawned a nightmare.

The Tesla Documents by Craig Dirgo is a fast-paced thriller that features Special Agent John Taft.
The reluctant but unstoppable hero, Taft, takes charge of locating and stopping the strange bursts of energy detected in several parts of the world. Taft ...

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Overview

More than 100 years ago, inventor Nikola Tesla created a device for transferring electricity without wires. It was supposed to be his greatest triumph. Instead his invention spawned a nightmare.

The Tesla Documents by Craig Dirgo is a fast-paced thriller that features Special Agent John Taft.
The reluctant but unstoppable hero, Taft, takes charge of locating and stopping the strange bursts of energy detected in several parts of the world. Taft must fight a battle on dangerous ground, against an unstable foe whose greatest desire is to control the world--or destroy it.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781496132390
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/22/2014
  • Pages: 406
  • Sales rank: 1,203,700
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Craig Dirgo is the best-selling author of The Einstein Papers, The Tesla Documents, and Gunnison Grit. He also co-authored several books with the masterful Clive Cussler including The Sea Hunters I and II, Golden Buddha and Sacred Stone - all New York Times best sellers.
One of six children of an Air Force Colonel, Dirgo grew up on air bases in the United States and England before finally settling in Colorado.
A part-time job washing and waxing classic cars led to meeting Clive Cussler, acclaimed author and founder of NUMA National Underwater and Marine Agency, a non-profit historical research foundation. When an opportunity arose to co-author a book about NUMA, Cussler asked Dirgo to take on the task. The result was the New York Times best seller, The Sea Hunters. This was followed by Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt Revealed and The Sea Hunters II. While working with Cussler, Dirgo also began writing on his own and soon thereafter published his first John Taft adventure, The Einstein Papers.
Taking some time away from ocean adventures and writing, Dirgo formed several small businesses, moved back to the mountains he loves and concentrated on skiing and hiking. In 2010-11, he skied 115 days thus achieving a lifelong goal of skiing more than 100 days in a season.
In 2012 Dirgo published his first eBook novel, Gunnison Grit, a work of historical fiction set in Gunnison County, Colorado. He followed this work with re-issues in electronic format of The Einstein Papers and The Tesla Documents (originally published in paperback under the title Tremor.) Dirgo has several new projects on the drawing board, including a new John Taft action/adventure. Dirgo lives in The Rocky Mountains of Colorado. He can be reached through craigdirgo.com or Facebook author page.
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