- Author:Peter Tonkin
- Publisher:Severn House Publishers; Large type / large print edition edition (November 1, 2008)
- Pages:215 pages
- Subcategory:Action & Adventure
- FB2 format1545 kb
- ePUB format1746 kb
- DJVU format1882 kb
- Formats:lit mobi lrf txt
Benin Light (Richard Mari. has been added to your Cart. International shipping magnate Richard Mariner and his wife, Robin, are off on another dangerous and breathtaking escapade, this time in Africa.
Benin Light (Richard Mari. When their ship sails into Granville Harbour on the west coast of Africa, they are set to meet representatives from a Russian shipping conglomerate, but they are refused docking privileges.
Peter Tonkin's first novel, KILLER, was published in 1978.
Until someone opens fire on them. Peter Tonkin's first novel, KILLER, was published in 1978. His work has included the acclaimed "Mariner" series that have been critically compared with the best of Alistair MacLean, Desmond Bagley and Hammond Innes. The couple are shocked to see Sergeant Voroshilov, a Russian Militia man who left Robin lucky to be alive after their last encounter. And when armed guards arrive at their hotel to arrest Richard, trouble really begins.
Even under the steely light of an Antarctic midsummer storm, Robin’s golden ringlets contrived to glitter.
Chapter One. Richard Mariner looked down at the urgent telex then stared narrow-eyed out at the Southern Ocean for perhaps a heartbeat. We have to go south,’ he said tersely. As Richard spoke, he handed the flimsy to Colin Ross who towered at his right hand. The Scottish glaciologist gave the matter an instant’s more thought before he, too, turned to the captain. Even under the steely light of an Antarctic midsummer storm, Robin’s golden ringlets contrived to glitter.
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Books by Peter Tonkin: The Fire Ship. 10. Deadly Impact-A Richard Mariner Nautical. The Point of Death. The Iceberg -., 10. The Coffin Ship.
Peter Tonkin Richard Mariner is leading a team into the heart of it all, seeking the lake and . Peter Tonkin was born in Northern Ireland, and was raised in the UK, Holland, Germany, and the Persian Gulf.
An incalculable fortune in conflict minerals lies on the bed of a lost lake. The lake lies in the middle of a jungle hardly changed since the age of the dinosaurs, while the jungle stands on the slope of an active volcano which has destroyed the only civilisation nearby. Richard Mariner is leading a team into the heart of it all, seeking the lake and the fortune it contains – his only clues a half-forgotten legend and a huge black pearl that is so much more than it seems. He has written thirty novels including ‘The Coffin Ship’.
Benin light . River of ghosts . . DEAD SEA A Richard Mariner Adventure Peter Tonkin. Volcano roads . British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data.
A Seagoing Adventure Novel featuring Richard Mariner. A Leisure Book, Published by Dorchster Publishing Company.