Wrath of Poseidon (A Sam and Remi Fargo Adventure) Audio CD – Audiobook, January 2, 2080
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About the Author
Robin Burcell spent nearly three decades working in California law enforcement as a police officer, detective, hostage negotiator, and FBI-trained forensic artist. She is the author of ten novels, and coauthor with Cussler of the Sam and Remi Fargo novels Pirate, The Romanov Ransom, The Gray Ghost, and The Oracle. She lives in Lodi, California.
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It will give us the back story to their meeting, their dating, their unraveling of a mystery and murder together and then eventually their realizing that Romance was their future.
That will be the bulk of the novel and it is a highly entertaining gallop through their falling in love while solving a huge mystery.
But it will also give a fast paced story about the antagonist from their first meeting and the mystery on the Greek Isles and a current problem. The antagonist from that first meeting is finally getting out of prison and he is back to cause pain and friction in the Fargo’s lives.
So, to deal with this antagonist also means that they will eventually solve a long lost mystery. Is there truly lost treasure to be found, or is it just a myth. That is the question and it will cause lots of pain for everyone.
Perhaps the least likely element is the way Sam…who's barely met Remy…jets off to Greece to rescue her and somehow can afford to stay in Greece for weeks on end.. The Fargo series is among Cusler's weakest but still manages to entertain, it's worth reading.