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Deep Storm: A Novel by Lincoln Child

Publisher: Doubleday, 2007
ISBN: 9780385515504
ID: Mar0086

Signed! Hardcover first edition / first printing. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on front blank page and is author's signature only. Minimum scuffing and edge wear. No writing or marks Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for author's signature.

Price in US $ 38.95

Summary: Peter Crane, a former naval doctor, is summoned to a remote oil platform on the Atlantic to help diagnose a medical condition spreading through the rig workers. When he arrives, however, Crane learns that the real trouble lies far below the rig. Sworn to secrecy, he descends to the ocean floor and the science station Deep Storm, where a top-secret team is investigating a remarkable discovery. A year earlier, he is told, routine drilling uncovered the remains of mankind's most sophisticated ancient civilization: the legendary Atlantis. But now that the site is being excavated, a series of bizarre illnesses has erupted among the workers. As he tries to discover the cause, Crane realizes that the covert operation conceals something far more complicated than a medical mystery - and that ‘Atlantis' might, in fact, be something far more sinister and deadly.

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Utopia by Lincoln Child

Publisher: "New York, New York, U.S.A.: Doubleday", 2002
ISBN: 0385506686
ID: Mar0085

"Hardcover with jacket not price clipped, signed by author on custom designed bookplate, 1st ed./1st printing, complete numberline including the number 1, guaranteed to be a trade (retail) edition, not a bookclub or ex-library. BOOK CONDITION: Fine - tiny bit of crimping at bottom of pages 63-87 and 131-145, tight square, white pages, no markings of any kind. JACKET CONDITION: Fine - minimum scuffing and edge wear. Comes in Mylar Jacket cover. Fine book in fine dust jacket, F/F. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for Author's Signature."

Price in US $ 39.95

Summary: It takes a lot of chutzpah to give your novel the same title as one of the most famous novels in the history of English-language literature, even if the original novel didn't spawn a literary field or two (utopian and dystopian fiction) or become an everyday term for the perfect place to live on Earth. Yet there's a postmodern appropriateness to applying the title "Utopia" to a novel set in a theme park that uses cutting-edge technology to create Earth's most desirable fantasy place to visit. Like "Westworld" and "Jurassic Park", Lincoln Child's "Utopia" is a near-future theme-park thriller, and like Michael Crichton, Child delivers an abundance of white-knuckle thrills, chills, and shocks.
Despite its remote location in the Nevada desert, the Utopia theme park receives 65,000 visitors daily. They never dream their lives may be in any real danger. However, some of the self-programming robots are becoming erratic, so park administrators quietly bring the robots' brilliant creator from the East Coast to fix the problem before it gets any worse. Dr. Andrew Warne brings his daughter, for he doesn't believe there is anything wrong with his creations. But on the day of their arrival, a mysterious band of ruthless criminals infiltrates not only the park, but its computerized systems. The unknown terrorists appear to control everything, from the simplest robot to the most dangerous ride. And if their demands aren't met, thousands of innocent park-goers will be killed. "--Cynthia Ward"