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Harvey Bennett is an unassuming everyman, the kind of guy who likes to be left alone. But when a bomb goes off at his park, he can't help but get involved.
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With over 1,200 reviews on Amazon (4.5-star average), these books are being compared to Dan Brown, James Rollins, and Douglas Preston, and Lincoln Child. Jump in and discover the next great series in armchair travel and adventure.
Books in this box set:
The Enigma Strain
The Amazon Code
The Ice Chasm
The Enigma Strain: When a bomb goes off at Yellowstone National Park, threatening the stability of the world's largest active volcano, the reclusive park ranger Harvey "Ben" Bennett is startled to realize that the blast itself wasn't the only threat: the bomb released a virus into the air, and the outbreak is beginning to infect and kill more and more people.
The Amazon Code: When her company discovers a remarkable hidden message in the dreaming brains of her subjects, Dr. Amanda Meron unknowingly invites disaster unto her company. She enlists the help of some old friends to find out what the clues are pointing her toward, but they seem to be pointing her to one of the remote places on the planet. The Amazon Rainforest.
The Ice Chasm: Near the McMurdo Station on the continent of Antarctica, a signal is seen and intercepted by a telecommunications company. They don't understand what the signal means, but whoever sent it is illegally using the company's restricted technology and satellites. Harvey "Ben" Bennett and Juliette Richardson are approached to join an expedition to Antarctica to find the source of the signal, and bring back whatever technology is hidden there.
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By linda albergo on 07-12-18
I struggled through the first book figuring it would get better. Getting halfway through the second one I realized I can’t stand this anymore. The preposterous storyline was surpassed only by the droning monotonous voice of the narrator and about as much emotion as a slice of white bread. I don’t know how I stood it as long as I did.