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by Trevor Scott

Free eBook The Dolomite Solution download ISBN: 0966452070
Author: Trevor Scott
Publisher: Salvo Pr; 1st edition (June 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 202
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1337 mb
Size FLAC: 1130 mb
Rating: 4.3
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But there are factions who make a good living off the number one killer in America, and other companies that would like the solution for themselves.

Read Dolomite Solution, by Trevor Scott online on Bookmate – Murder, suspense, and intrigue propel this third Jake Adams mystery thriller from the Dolomite mountains of northern Italy, to the windi. But there are factions who make a good living off the number one killer in America, and other companies that would like the solution for themselves. When someone kills one scientist and tries for the second, trying to steal this new cure, only one man can bring The Dolomite Solution to the publi. ake Adams! Thriller & Crime Espionage.

The Dolomite Solution. Many thanks to the people of Innsbruck, Austria and the Dolomite region of Northern Italy

The Dolomite Solution. Many thanks to the people of Innsbruck, Austria and the Dolomite region of Northern Italy. In Germany, thanks to Susie Rode-Halitaj for her hospitality and friendship. A special thanks to the thousands of scientists currently mapping the human body in the Human Genome Project.

Toni had raced her Alfa Romeo from high in the Dolomites to Milan

Toni had raced her Alfa Romeo from high in the Dolomites to Milan. On the way there she had thought about calling ahead and having local authorities detain the professor until she arrived, but she had no reason to do so. Only a hunch.

Trevor Scott was born in Duluth, Minnesota. He is the author of more than thirty mystery/thriller novels in the Jake Adams International Thriller Series, the Chad Hunter Series, and the Tony Caruso Mystery Series. He has a master's in creative writing from Northern Michigan University, and a bachelor's in writing from the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

Even though it was early afternoon, the dark clouds and rain made it look like dusk. The dark Cadillac wound slowly around the deserted road six miles north of Newport. A large man fought to see. through wipers that were working overtime to clear the downpour. Varducci was in the front passenger seat, relaxed, but still straining his eyes for the sign to Prudence Point. Andrew Talbot, the president and CEO of Providence Industries had given Varducci directions over the phone to his second home, a sixty acre estate that had been in his family since the great depression. Murder, suspense, and intrigue propel this third Jake Adams mystery thriller from the Dolomite mountains of northern Italy, to the winding back streets of Innsbruck, Austria, and across the Atlantic to Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay area.

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Murder, suspense, and intrigue propel this third Jake Adams mystery thriller from the Dolomite mountains of northern Italy, to the winding back streets of Innsbruck, Austria, and across the Atlantic to Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay area. They're up for the Nobel Prize and set to make millions after teaming up with an Austrian biotechnology company.

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Murder, suspense, and intrigue propel this third Jake Adams mystery thriller from the Dolomite mountains of northern Italy, to the winding back streets of Innsbruck, Austria, and across the Atlantic to Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay area. Two scientists have discovered the DNA link to heart disease in a remote Italian mountain village, and a way to synthesize it and begin selling it to the general public. They’re up for the Nobel Prize and set to make millions after teaming up with an Austrian biotechnology company. But there are factions who make a good living off the number one killer in America, and other companies that would like the solution for themselves. When someone kills one scientist and tries for the second, trying to steal this new cure, only one man can bring The Dolomite Solution to the public...Jake Adams!
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tamada
Trevor Scott has caused me to lose lots of sleep! When I start reading one of his novels, it's just downright hard for me to close out of my Kindle app and just stop it! His writing catches my attention from the very first page . . . always. His novels are spellbinding, always have a fascinating story line, always have just enough romance, and I'm usually anticipating just exactly what is going to happen next. I'm so glad Trevor Scott writes series because it's sad to get to the end of a great book and then wonder what happens next to the main character, unless you know there's another novel about that character to follow. I especially love that I can read Trevor Scott's books on my iPhone 6s Plus on the Kindle App, no matter where I am when I have a few minutes to spare, and especially each night in bed just before I go to sleep. Love his books . . . super novelist!
Inth
Have to say that for me, personally, Rapp is ahead by half the length of his 9mm Beretta.

Jake Adam's novels are great reads though and I would hate to put anyone off by showing favouritism as both characters make 'hero' status in the world of spy/agent/assassin thrillers - Jake is also a 'loner' (ex the Agency) whereas Mitch is still 'inside' the Agency but his stories are more politically charged thrillers involving the White House and the manipulations involved with US politics but each concerned about national security and taking out the 'bad guys'.

As I said in an earlier review of a Mitch Rapp novel, I made a chronological list of Rapps titles and have done the same for the Jake Adam's ones too so that sort of gives you an idea that both characters are well penned and the action that both authors bring to these exciting 'page turners' (I have to keep using that word because that's what they make me do!) just keeps the interest high. Having this list allows the continuity to flow and you are reminded from time to time of the previous 'adventures' of each of the main protagonists.

I don't doubt that there will be some critics that can find many 'issues' with the stories by both the authors but if you are reading for enjoyment and not too encumbered by 'in depth' analysis then join the club of those of us who like a decent ripping yarn!!!
Siramath
I have enjoyed several of these Trevor Scott books so far and enjoy the travelogue type espionage tales. The characters are engaging and just violent enough to hold my attention. There is also a touch of sex and technology. I wish the author or publisher would put more effort into proof-reading. There are a great deal of English and punctuation errors along with some very basic errors about firearms. Admittedly, this bothers me more than most readers but it seems like such a small thing to fix. I will finish the series, enjoying the diversion.
Laitchai
Piqued interest from the start. Action from go to whoa. This is the fourth I've read in the series and I am working my way through them. The first 4 have certainly contained the type of story I enjoy - pure escapism but plenty of action. Story line believable and the resultant action by the "baddies" fitted in to the story. The last book, by another author, I started recently I gave no stars as it was all talk and padding for the first third of the book - no excitement at all, so I gave it a miss - this book leaves it far in its wake.
Nto
Jake Adams finds himself drawn into the middle of things after a potential cure for heart disease is discovered by European scientists. Never a dull moment, as good guys and bad guys converge on Innsbruck, Austria, and once again, Jake has to watch his back constantly as he learns quickly whom to trust and who not to. A plethora of characters, a deeply-involved plot, and the usual street smarts demonstrated by Jake make this a pretty darn good book. Fast-moving and quite intense, this installment of the Adams adventures is IMO, the best of the three I've read so far. Looking forward to reading the next one!
Hallolan
Oh, man, what a thriller. I loved the plot, and is the fourth Jake Adams book I've read to date. Easy to follow, unlike some of the "cerebral" thrillers (John LeCarre, Robert Ludlum, are you listening?). This series caught my attention, and now I have only two more to go in the series. Just a great read in the Tom Clancy tradition. Great fun!!
Mautaxe
Very Americanised language used. Although the story line was quite thrilling at times I found it too similar to other works by the same author. Some of the incident descriptions were very repetitive such as "they met in the centre of the room". I have decided that having read five of the series I won't bother with the rest because they have become too predictable.
I like the european settings he describes but get a bit confused about the various specific locations and the main character's reasons for being there are often a little weak.
I've read all but one of the Jake Adams "thrillers". Most are tired retreads of the pulp fiction genre and of each other, worth exactly the $.99 Amazon charges for them. This one at least has some creativity. It continues the series trend of forcing too many characters into a short story. But it's almost forgivable here, because the bit characters are at least distinguishable from each other.