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Jack Higgins was a soldier and then a teacher before becoming a full-time writer.

Jack Higgins was a soldier and then a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. Many of them have also been made into successful films.

Jack Higgins is one of the best-selling authors of popular fiction in the world, often considered the architect of the modern thriller.

Ships from and sold by Herbys Hobbys. Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Jack Higgins is one of the best-selling authors of popular fiction in the world, often considered the architect of the modern thriller. Higgins is an author with the creative power to hook the reader and keep them forever because of his terrific tales. There are many villains out there, but Higgins is by far the greatest at bringing to life the best and worst of them all. -Suspense Magazine.

Jack Higgins - Sheba. In 24 BC the Roman General, Aelius Gallus, tried to conquer Southern Arabia and succeeded only in losing most of his army in the awesome region known as the Empty Quarter, the Rubh al Khali

Jack Higgins - Sheba. In 24 BC the Roman General, Aelius Gallus, tried to conquer Southern Arabia and succeeded only in losing most of his army in the awesome region known as the Empty Quarter, the Rubh al Khali. Amongst the survivors was a Greek adventurer named Alexias, centurion in the Tenth Legion, who walked out of the desert carrying with him a secret of the ancient world as astonishing as King Solomon's Mines, a secret that was lost for two thousand years.

Kane pushed his way through to the entrance of the casino. Skiros was sitting at a table by the window. Skiros was sitting at a table by the window e chips across the green baize covers. When he saw Kane, a smile appeared on his face and he waved. Kane nodded briefly and turned away. The bar was doing a brisk trade and Romero, Noval and Conde, the Catalina crew, were sitting there in flying jackets. Romero waved and Kane joined them. Run any good cargos lately?'.

Jack Higgins (b. July 27, 1929) is the principal pseudonym of UK novelist Harry Patterson. Patterson began using the pseudonym "Jack Higgins" in the late 1960s, but it was the publication of "The Eagle Has Landed" in 1975 that made "Higgins'" reputation. Higgins is the author of more than sixty novels. Most have been thrillers of various types and, since his breakthrough novel "The Eagle Has Landed" in 1975, nearly all have been bestsellers. The Eagle Has Landed" sold tens of millions of copies worldwideFactdate November 2007. The Eagle Has Landed" represented a step forward in the length and depth of Patterson's work.

Henry Patterson (born 27 July 1929), known by his pen name Jack Higgins, is a British writer. He is one of the best-selling authors of popular thrillers and espionage novels. His breakthrough novel The Eagle Has Landed (1975) sold over 50 million copies and was adapted into a successful film by the same title.

Jack-Higgins is the main pseudonym for popular United Kingdom author, Harry Patterson. Many of Jack Higgins’ books were adapted into films. The Violent Enemy was filmed and then banned by the Foreign-Office. Many believed it was banned for political-reasons. After his parent’s marriage dissolved, Patterson moved to Belfast, Ireland with his mother. As a boy, he was exposed to an immense amount of political and religious violence in Belfast.

Other Books by Jack Higgins. SHEBA was first published in the UK as Seven Pillars of Hell by Abelard-Schuman in 1963. It was then rewritten and published by Michael Joseph in 1994 and has been out of print for several years. In 2012, it seemed to the author and his publishers that it was a pity to leave such a thrilling story languishing on his shelves.

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The Lost Temple of Sheba is not just a biblical legend. A German archaeologist has found it. The Nazis have claimed it. And one American explorer has stumbled upon their secret - a plot that could change the course of World War II. The year is 1939. An American archaeologist named Gavin Kane is asked to help a woman search for her missing husband. When Kane follows the man's trail into the ruthless desert of Southern Arabia he makes two shocking discoveries. One is the legendary Temple of Sheba, an ancient world as fantastic as King Solomon's Mines. The other is a band of Nazi soldiers who plan to turn the sacred landmark into Hitler's secret stronghold... This electrifying thriller is Jack Higgins' most exciting novel of World War II intrigue since The Eagle has Landed.

Sheba epub download

ISBN13: 978-0007234936

ISBN: 0007234937

Author: Jack Higgins

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Harper; ePub edition edition (January 1, 2012)

Pages: 304 pages

ePUB size: 1216 kb

FB2 size: 1352 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 254

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Beanisend
In my reviewer's experience, there are basically two kinds of readers: Those who read a book at one seating and those who do not. However, the latter also read the book from start to finish.
I am in the second category.
I like Hilggin's books for several reasons, one being that and although I have to put the book down from time to time for whatever reason, when I return, I remember exactly what is going on. In other words, the story has stayed with me, i.e., no need to re read pages to recall the story line.
A good plot will deliver that recall to me every time.
"Sheba" was a fun read, just like watching an Indiana Jones flick. The story line flows. I've read several of Higgin's books and none have been a disappointment in any way. All have been a lot of fun to read.
I don't re tell story lines in my reviews, I leave that to the writer. But what I will say is that I find Jack Higgins an immensely talented writer, one I will enjoy reading again and again.
Beanisend
In my reviewer's experience, there are basically two kinds of readers: Those who read a book at one seating and those who do not. However, the latter also read the book from start to finish.
I am in the second category.
I like Hilggin's books for several reasons, one being that and although I have to put the book down from time to time for whatever reason, when I return, I remember exactly what is going on. In other words, the story has stayed with me, i.e., no need to re read pages to recall the story line.
A good plot will deliver that recall to me every time.
"Sheba" was a fun read, just like watching an Indiana Jones flick. The story line flows. I've read several of Higgin's books and none have been a disappointment in any way. All have been a lot of fun to read.
I don't re tell story lines in my reviews, I leave that to the writer. But what I will say is that I find Jack Higgins an immensely talented writer, one I will enjoy reading again and again.
Elastic Skunk
This book, like it seems many HIggins books are, is a slow starter. Once more I considered ditching the book several times in the first half. But I hung in there and the book came around about mid story making the second half pretty fantastic. It takes place while Hitler is invading Poland and orders the destruction of the Suez Canal. While the Canal is saved, the book turns into an attempt to find a rescue an archaeologist that has gone along into dangerous desert in search of the tomb of Sheba. Then not long after it's the rescuers that need rescuing from Nazis and desert thugs. Make it through the boring 1st half and the book will come together.
Elastic Skunk
This book, like it seems many HIggins books are, is a slow starter. Once more I considered ditching the book several times in the first half. But I hung in there and the book came around about mid story making the second half pretty fantastic. It takes place while Hitler is invading Poland and orders the destruction of the Suez Canal. While the Canal is saved, the book turns into an attempt to find a rescue an archaeologist that has gone along into dangerous desert in search of the tomb of Sheba. Then not long after it's the rescuers that need rescuing from Nazis and desert thugs. Make it through the boring 1st half and the book will come together.
Drelalak
Jack HIggins has written some very good stories, but this is not one of them. The ostensible plot is abandoned halfway through the book, the characters behave in ways that are comprehensible only in the context of the author's needs, and way too many story-lines are left at loose ends.
Drelalak
Jack HIggins has written some very good stories, but this is not one of them. The ostensible plot is abandoned halfway through the book, the characters behave in ways that are comprehensible only in the context of the author's needs, and way too many story-lines are left at loose ends.
Grokinos
Amazing story line with multiple twists I didn’t see until they were on me. Kane is quite a explorer and surpasses all you can ever imagine before getting caught again.......
Grokinos
Amazing story line with multiple twists I didn’t see until they were on me. Kane is quite a explorer and surpasses all you can ever imagine before getting caught again.......
Linn
Enjoyed reading this novel
Linn
Enjoyed reading this novel
Kahavor
I accidently picked up a Jack Higgins book at the library. That was close to a year ago and I'm hooked on his books. Very entertaining.
Kahavor
I accidently picked up a Jack Higgins book at the library. That was close to a year ago and I'm hooked on his books. Very entertaining.
just one girl
This was my first Higgins novel and I really enjoyed it. It never turned out how it promised, but it was a fun ride nonetheless.
just one girl
This was my first Higgins novel and I really enjoyed it. It never turned out how it promised, but it was a fun ride nonetheless.
Higgins scores again! It won't win a Pulitzer, but as usual I enjoy his tale. This would be excellent vacation reading.
Higgins scores again! It won't win a Pulitzer, but as usual I enjoy his tale. This would be excellent vacation reading.