2010) (Book 23 in the Richard Mariner series) A novel by Peter Tonkin.
Red river . Ice station . Dark heart . . Mariner’s ark. Peter Tonkin. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. Tonkin, Peter author. – (A Richard Mariner adventure). 1. Mariner, Richard (Fictitious character)–Fiction. 2. Severe storms–Pacific Ocean–Fiction.
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Richard Mariner has ninety-nine hours to assemble a team and retake Sayonara in an increasingly desperate, danger-filled race against time to save his ship, protect his company and safeguard one of the most densely populated areas on earth. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Peter Tonkin was born in 1950 in Limavady, Co Londonderry. His father was a senior engineering officer in the RAF. During his childhood, Peter grew up in many different countries including N. Ireland, England, Holland, Germany and Bahrain. He was educated at Gloucester House, Portora Royal School, Enniskillen and graduated from the Queen’s.
Powerdown (Richard Mariner Series) by Peter Tonkin. 10. High Water by Peter Tonkin. 11. Thunder Bay (No. 12 Richard Mariner series) by Peter Tonkin. 12. Titan 10 (No. 13 Richard Mariner Series) by Peter Tonkin. 13. Wolf Rock (Severn House Large Print) by Peter Tonkin. 14. Resolution Burning by Peter Tonkin. 22. Red River by Peter Tonkin. 23. Ice Station by Peter Tonkin.
The new thriller in Peter Tonkin’s Mariner series - Late summer in the Siberian Sea. Richard Mariner stands in the main control centre of Ice Station Zemlya. Tonkin is Head of English at the Wildernesse School, Sevenoaks. Series: Richard Mariner. Paperback: 224 pages. Publisher: Severn House Publishers (July 1, 2012). Download this book Deadly Impact - A Richard Mariner nautical adventure (A Richard Mariner Adventure). Sponsored High Speed Downloads. 9932 dl's @ 3135 KB/s.
Series: Richard Mariner. Author: Peter Tonkin. The Coffin Ship (2009). The giant supertanker Prometheus sits at anchor in the Persian Gulf, holding 250,000 tons of crude oil. Somewhere on board is a crew member who is determined that the ship not make it to its destination in Europe.