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The Assassin (Isaac Bell, #8) Detective Isaac Bell Tracks A Killer Across The Nation S Oilfields In This Adventure In The 1 New York Times Bestselling Historical Series As Van Dorn Private Detective Isaac Bell Strives To Land A Government Contract To Investigate John D Rockefeller S Standard Oil Monopoly, The Case Takes A Deadly Turn A Sniper Begins Murdering Opponents Of Standard Oil, And Soon The Assassin Shooting With Extraordinary Accuracy At Seemingly Impossible Long Range Kills Bell S Best Witness Then The Shooter Detonates A Terrible Explosion That Sets The Victim S Independent Refinery Ablaze.Bell Summons His Best Detectives To Hunt Down The Mysterious Killer But The Murders Shootings, Poisonings, Staged Accidents Have Just Begun As Bell Tracks His Phantom Like Criminal Adversary From The Oil Fever Regions Of Kansas And Texas To Washington, D.C., To The Tycoons Enclave Of New York, To Russia S War Torn Baku Oil Fields On The Caspian Sea, And Back To America For A Final, Desperate Confrontation And This One Will Be The Most Explosive Of All.


10 thoughts on “The Assassin (Isaac Bell, #8)

  1. says:

    One of the better books in the Isaac Bell series 8 this time Isaac is hired by Standard Oil to protect John D Rockefeller himself from a lethal assassin This one has a twist you won t see coming My only complaint is that it s another prequel, but I guess I m in the minority ...


  2. says:

    As I ve mentioned before, I m not a fan of history as in the classroom learning of it I do, however, enjoy learning how things that happened in the past impact the way we all live and work today as well as details that likely won t be included in any history textbook My first and only experience with this series featuring James Bond like private detective Isaac Bell, The Striker, was a pleasant one like this one, I gave it, the sixth, 4 stars back in April 2013 But books by too many other As I ve mentioned before, I m not a fan of history as in the classroom learning of it I do, however, enjoy learning how things that happened in the past impact the way we all live and work today as well as details that likely won t be included in any history textbook My first and only experience with this series featuring James Bond like private detective Isaac Bell, The Striker, was a pleasant one like this one, I gave it, the sixth, 4 stars back in April 2013 But books by too many other favorite authors intervened including several of the author s Dirk Pitt novels , and I somehow never got around to reading another until now.And I admit I probably should have read the 7th The Bootlegger before tackling this one, although from my perspective it stands well on its own I ve read other reviews, though, claiming that questions and situations happening in the previous book were either left unresolved or not included here at all, leaving them to wonder why the oversights But I also l...


  3. says:

    Another very enjoyable book in the Issac Bell series Interesting since I lived near the JD Rockefeller estate on NY and now live in Erie,PA near Oil City As with all Cussler books, non stop action from start to the end


  4. says:

    I am such a sucker for an Isaac Bell adventure Another great roller coaster ride all over the freaking globe I actually listened to this on a 600 mile road trip to Maine and back There is nothing better than listening to Scott Brick read a Clive Cussler novel What a cool way to s...


  5. says:

    The Assassin by Clive Cussler is a first reads win a.d I m giving g my honest opinion Starts out with wildcat oilmen trying to lay pipeline to get their oil from the refinery to the Atlantic coast in New York JDR John.D Rockefeller comes with his breakers a.d railroad cops and busts up the pipeline Zooms to 6 years laters Bill Matthers now works for JDR VanDorn Detective Agency hired by a fledgling Commission out of Washington D.C to determine if JDR and Standard Oil made a monopoly of t The Assassin by Clive Cussler is a first reads win a.d I m giving g my honest opinion Starts out with wildcat oilmen trying to lay pipeline to get their oil from the refinery to the Atlantic coast in New York JDR John.D Rockefeller comes with his breakers a.d railroad cops and busts up the pipeline Zooms to 6 years laters Bill Matthers now works for JDR VanDorn Detective Agency hired by a fledgling Commission out of Washington D.C to determine if JDR and Standard Oil made a monopoly of the oil Industry Isaac Bell is their best and lead investigator He s already on the job He finds two men ...


  6. says:

    This is the eighth book in the Isaac Bell Adventure series The story is set in 1905 and is about John D Rockefeller and the Standard Oil monopoly Isaac is working to find proof of wrong doing by Standard ...


  7. says:

    Another enjoyable read from the Isaac Bell stable of books I suspect evenenjoyable for my american friends who can relate to the locations and the history involved in the John D Rockefeller oil baron era of American history better than I...


  8. says:

    Everything you expect from Cussler, fast action, neat locations, exotic cars and historical tidbits scattered throughout.


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book, and while it was not my favorite in the series it did not disappoint You can never go wrong with Clive Cussler.


  10. says:

    Another good read by Cussler and Justin Scott I haven t researched the history of Standard Oil and John D Rockefeller but the book centers around JDR and what an industrial tyrant he was Once again Issac Bell comes to the rescue It was an interesting ...


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