The eleventh classic Dirk Pitt novel, where the adventurer is drawn to a secret in the burning African desert, which could destroy all life in the world's seas.
A CREEPING RED TIDE OF DEATH Deep in the African desert, Dirk Pitt discovers that a top secret scientific installation is leaking a lethal chemical into the rivers, threatening to kill thousands of people - and to destroy all life in the world's seas.
To warn the world of the catastrophe, Pitt must escape capture and death at the hands of a ruthless West African dictator and French industrialist, and undertake a long, perilous journey across the merciless Sahara...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 656 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 31/08/1992
- Category: Thriller / suspense
- ISBN: 9780586217665
- Paperback from £7.69
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Review by gazzy
Why this was written as a novel instead of a screenplay owes to the fact that hollywood only recently has made improbable adventure stories their main concern.
Review by pussreboots
Another entertaining adventure mystery! I was a bit surprised at how coldly Dirk and Al dispatched the villains of the story. They usually aren't quite so eager to kill. I guess if you're a super villain you don't want to get on their bad side.