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The Kingdom (A Fargo Adventure) Paperback – Large Print, June 5, 2012
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Sam and Remi's friend Frank Alton has been hired by Texas oil billionaire Charlie King to find his long-lost father Lewis "Bully" King. The only trouble is, now Frank has disappeared as well. Frank is a friend of Sam and Remi, so Charlie King asks them if they could help find him. Though something seems amiss, Sam and Remi agree to the search.
Far from being a simple case of two missing persons, Sam and Remi are soon thrust into another world-wide expedition which takes them to Nepal, China, India, Tibet, and Bulgaria. Throw in some black market fossils and a disabled airship that crashed deep in the Himalayas, along with a centuries-old skeleton and a soon-to-be vengeful Charlie King, and the Fargos will soon be up to their chins in more action and adventure.
I've grown to like the Fargo series very much. It's easy to root for Sam and Remi to succeed, and their globe-trotting adventures are always fast-paced and loaded with thrills. Cussler's character development is good, and the story is exciting to read.
I recommend the Fargo series of books. Cussler's stories are vivid, and full of imagination and suspense. The reader will soon be drawn in to the exploits of Sam and Remi Fargo.
And, the back and forth banter between the Fargo's seems lame and boring and ...
There are plenty of blurbs about the plot, etc. That is someone else's role. Mine is to tell you if you want fun reading, this is for you.