Ghost Ship (Sigma Force #12.5) by James Rollins

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Read Ghost Ship (Sigma Force #12.5) Online Free - From  New York Times  bestselling author James Rollins comes an electrifying short story, in which the battle over a lost treasure leads to murder, betrayal, and the revelation of a shocking mystery hidden aboard the . . . Ghost Ship

The discovery of a burned body sprawled on a remote Australian beach shatters the vacation plans of Commander Gray Pierce. To thwart an ingenious enemy, he and Seichan are pulled into a centuries-old mystery surrounding a lost convict ship, the Trident. The vessel—with a history of mutiny and stolen treasure—vanished into the mists of time, but nothing stays lost forever.  A freak storm reveals clues scattered across the Great Barrier Reef, but following those clues will lead to bloodshed and savagery, for where this ghost ship is hidden is as shocking as the mystery behind its disappearance. It will take all of Gray’s ingenuity and Seichan’s deadly skills not only to survive—but to stop an enemy from destroying everything in his path.

Included with this short story is a sneak peek at the upcoming Sigma Force novel,  The Demon Crown , where events here lead to Sigma’s most harrowing adventure to date.



Title : Ghost Ship (Sigma Force #12.5)
Author :
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ISBN : 0062847716
Edition Language : English
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 48 pages


Reviews


Chad rated it ★★★★☆

December 06, 2017

Gray and Seichan are travelling in Australia when they get involved in some betrayal off the coast of Australia. Rollins manages to pack in a lot of action in a very short story, only about 25 pages long.


Sudeep rated it ★★★★☆

December 12, 2017

A fun little story that acts as a teaser and set up for the next book in the sigma force series. Gray and Seichan are in vacation in Australia, but as these things go it soom turns into a little underwater adventure with shipwrecks and treasures. I love commander Gray Pierce. He is a favorite of m...


Dixie rated it ★★★★★

October 27, 2017

I love the Sigma folks and this was no different. great read. only one problem....wish it has been much longer


Bob rated it ★★★★★

December 16, 2017

A good story I have read several Sigma Force story before and was looking forward to another good one. Well I wasn't disappointed in This one. Buried treasure, damsel in distress, evil villains, and one big saltwater crocodile what more could you ask for. Like all short stories that are good this...


Su rated it ★★★★★

October 25, 2017

The last three Sigma Force novels have been preceded by an introductory short story a couple of months before the release of their respective Rollins masterpiece, well on its way to becoming a “fan favored” tradition. This newest short story, Ghost Ship, starts out innocent enough. A calm, leisur...


Diane rated it ★★★★☆

October 25, 2017

As always I look forward to anything from James Rollins - even a short story. Using just 2 characters from his Sigma Force team he creates an edge of your seat story. Gray and Seichan are on vacation when they find trouble (or maybe it's the other way around). Either way, who can resist a thrille...


Ronie rated it ★★★★☆

October 25, 2017

I am amazed and wonderfully surprised at how much Rollins packed into this novella. I've loved each scene with Seichan in previous books, so finding her and Gray front & center in this story was a wonderful surprise! Makes me more anxious for Demon Crown, too, which has a teaser at end of thi...


Shane rated it ★★★☆☆

December 24, 2017

Pretty predictable but, that is common for short stories.


Joseph rated it ★★★★★

December 10, 2017

Ghost Ship by James Rollins was an excellent short story read and a great prequel to The Demon Crown. Ghost Ship sets us up with great anticipation as what’s up and coming in the newest and next Sigma Force novel. Gray & Seichan are paired together as think that they are taking some time away...


Corky rated it ★★★☆☆

November 06, 2017

Let me be fair ... I am not quite sure what I make of this whole "Short story between the novels" thing ... like this. Sure, it's meant to bridge the gap between the events of book 12 and 13 and give you just a taste of something, but they always seem to leave me wanting more. Part of the reason I...





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