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Christopher Cartwright Books In Order

Publication Order of Sam Reilly Books

The Last Airship (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Mahogany Ship (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Atlantis Stolen (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Rogue Wave (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Cassidy Project (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Nostradamus Equation (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Third Temple (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Aleutian Portal (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Code to Extinction (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Ironclad Covenant (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Heisenberg Legacy (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Omega Deep (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Holy Grail (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Phoenix Sanction (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Price of Retribution (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Christopher Cartwright is a writer known for penning spellbinding suspense and mystery novels. Born in the year 1983, Christopher Cartwright has a background in the field of medicine where he served as a paramedic. Cartwright also served as a Scuba Diver and sailor. Upon completing his high school education, Christopher Cartwright majored in paramedics, emergency management, and nursing. Currently, Christopher Cartwright resides in Sydney with his spouse and two lovely children.

Christopher Cartwright Best Books
The Last Airship
The Last Airship is the first installment in the Sam Reilly book series. This narrative has not only been well written but also brilliantly narrated as well. The Last Airship is a first moving narrative about power and wealth, blackmail, and greed, friendship and betrayal. The book begins during the early days of World War II, Magdalene, an exceptional art luxury airship, takes off quickly from Munich. On board, the state of the art ship were two exceedingly wealthy families, and a friend of the owner, who happens to be an academic professor. However, the state of the art airship was never seen again. Several years later, the airship was never found again. 75 years down the line, two climbers find a letter stamped with the family’s official crest in the Alps. One of the climbers is one, Sam Riley, whom eventually finds himself in a life-threatening situation.

There were sections of the Last Airship that were dramatically atmospheric. Author Christopher Cartwright has not only written well but also clearly in suitable pace. The readers are definitely going to be fully invested in Christopher Cartwright’s narrative from the first page to the very last. Cartwright can take the readers on a roller coaster ride.

Atlantis Stolen
The year is 1638, and one Albert Olsen, a worker of the Dutch Trading post, discovers the body of Orichalcum, as he was shoveling the sludge in the banks of one of the local rivers. Olsen immediately informs Hank Worthington, the lead engineer. Being an inquisitive person, Olsen decides to dive and beneath the bank, he discovers that there was a hidden city. However, Olsen boss does not take the revelation kindly and in the process brutally murders Olsen to ensure that the hidden city that he had discovered remains hidden forever. Author Christopher Cartwright then takes the readers to the present date, where we meet with Dr. Swan, who has just returned from Atlantis. Dr. Swan has evidence that doomsday was approaching rapidly. To ensure that she prevents the trigger, Dr. Swan has five weeks only.

As Dr. Swan looks for a trigger, she encounters a stalker and immediately asks Sam Reilly to assist her. However, before Sam could meet with Sam Riley, someone abducts her. After a little bit of digging, Sam Rilley discovers that the Phoenix Resistance was responsible for Dr. Swan’s kidnapping. Before Dr. Swan was kidnapped another individual had taken her because she apparently knew how to reach the inner sanctum. However, Dr. Swan eventually realizes that she had not been abducted but rather saved by one, Edward Worthington from the Phoenix Resistance. Just like Dr. Swan, Edward was also conducting his research on the code.

Rogue Wave
Rogue Wave is undeniably one of the most imaginative narratives in the Sam Riley book series. In Rogue Wave, a team of scientists accidentally creates a monster during an experiment. The team of scientists is offered a cash reward of 20 billion dollars, to look into the recently discovered energy source that can be used to replace man’s reliance on fossil fuel. However, it goes beyond saying, that the research that the team of scientists is handling is much more that the prize of 20 billion dollars. The suspense grows when danger threatens the underwater, from the air and in the water. The Bimini Road, a huge part of the Atlantis ultimately becomes the source, of huge waves, which have the capabilities of destroying the biggest supertankers. The Bimini Road has constantly been Sam’s historical interest mainly because Sam Reilly has clues that the road was used by the ancient people in launching pirate attacks.

With that said, Rogue Waves is a fast-paced novel that is filled with numerous scientific points. The plot is quite interesting, and will keep the readers engaged throughout. As the fourth book in the Sam Riley book series, there is plenty of action, and as expected the good guys eventually won.

Nostradamus Equation
The Nostradamus Equation is a well-written adventure and treasure story that is much similar to the works of Clive Cluster. In Nostradamus Equation, author Christopher Cartwright introduces the readers to Dr. Zack, a descendant of one of the companions of Nostradamus, who is expected to fulfill a prophecy. After discovering the book, Clive decides to escape into the Sahara, with the aim of saving humanity. With that said, Nostradamus Equation is a novel for action and adventure lovers. All the characters in Nostradamus Equation have been brilliantly built. The storyline was not only full of action but also full of the character’s deeds.

The Mahogany Ship
The Mahogany Ship is an intriguing narrative, that is full of edge of seat thrills and lots of actions. It is a continuation of the Lost Airship. In the Mahogany Ship, we meet once again with Sam Riley and her friends. The group is still looking for the Atlantis as well as a Chinese ship. Just as expected, The Mahogany Ship is filled with chases, danger and escapes since Sam and her team is not the only people who are hunting. In the year 1812, one of the biggest ships in the world, the Emily Rose was shipwrecked. The survivors had no option but to walk more than one thousand miles, to reach Sydney Cove, the only settlement.

Several years later, a monstrous ship is found, a ship that was bigger than any ship that the British Army had ever built. By communicating with the natives, Sam and her group learn that Emily Rose had been there for more than a thousand years. With that said, the Mahogany Ship is a fast paced, page turning action-adventure narrative that is undeniably worth the readers time. The narrative is full of interesting heroes, handsome men, and beautiful women.

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