Esau [Philip Kerr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The accidental discovery of a mysterious fossil skull unleashes a political and scientific. An electrifying discovery in the high Himalayas sends a group of scientists— complete with the requisite bad apple— scurrying for traces of the. Esau by Philip Kerr – book cover, description, publication history.
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And with the expedition to go back to the mountains in an attempt to find something more we get a spy story thrown into the mix that I felt could have been left out. Jul 02, Ches Torrants rated it liked it.
There is plenty of tension and some gripping action. His paleoanthropologist friend, Swift, soon determines that the skull Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Nov 14, Patrick rated it liked it.
So that’s the plot. However, the India-Pakistan conflict is about to explode into war, and a CIA that is desperate for any information inserts a mole on the team, but we don’t know who it is though it’s easy to guess. Esau Philip Kerr Snippet view – Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts.
End was a bit anticlimactic. Readers who are interested in anthropology, should enjoy the novel. Retrieved 30 March It interwove science with adventure and was a great piece of fiction. A fossil from a long-ago That really says something, since I rarely read Fiction. Busse, III rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was about finding Yeti!
Starts out scientific and interesting, but rapidly devolves into a cheesy, preposterous Saturday-afternoon movie. Aug 03, Robert rated it liked it Shelves: I would give this 3.
Return to Book Page. In fact, as his lover, Berkeley biologist Stella Swift, gradually realizes, it seems to belong to a hitherto undiscovered species- -and, according to the most advanced carbon-dating techniques, it’s either been miraculously preserved in a glacier, or it’s no fossil, but the skull of a creature only recently dead.
There’s an interesting element to the story regarding the CIA – that’s all I’ll say. In any case, I enjoyed the book. Looking for fortune and glory, Swift and Furness assemble a team and set up a camp in the Himalayas, in the dead of winter, to find a yeti. It was humorous at times, and had me laughing aloud.
I bought this used book from a store that I don’t remember the name of, but I know they donate to those in need kedr very long time ago when I was still in my teens. Their phioip to the National Geographic Society is turned down, but then reversed by a last-minute financial intervention, supposedly by a new sponsor but actually by Uncle Sam. Hardcoverpages. Oct 14, Sue rated it really liked it.
I thoroughly enjoyed learning about hominoids as well as imagining the abominable snowman, a little differently from the Scooby Doo version. Lots of adventure, suspense, and excitement. Eine Expedition ist schnell zusammengestellt, doch auch andere Parteien verfolgen ein bestimmtes Interesse im Schatten des Annapurnas Originally published on my blog here in March It is obviously well researched and this adds to the suspense and action.
A good read, and an interesting idea. The one negative is the manner in which the female scientist the smartest person on the expedition is treated.
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Clinging to the Southwest face of Annapurna, the climber cuts another handhold. The climbing sequence As the blurb promises, we have a hunt for the yeti, a crisis between nuclear states and an ekrr American agent working under cover. Bergsteiger Jack verliert im Himalaya einen Freund, findet dort aber gleichzeitig einen Verwandten: Refresh and try again.
Aug 24, Jeremy Hornik rated it it was ok.