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End Game: Irrational Acts. has been added to your Cart. Don't miss the ever outstanding Epilogues at the end of the Theodore Jerome Cohen books as it helps put everything about a book (or trilogy) in perspective and gives a glimpse into the future for the characters (Mr. Bernard Madoff, a New York-based stockbroker and investment adviser, is mentioned in this section).

From the author: End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences, is Book III of the Antarctic Murders Trilogy. What irrational acts will elicit the tragic consequences that finally bring everything to an end?

From the author: End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences, is Book III of the Antarctic Murders Trilogy. In many ways, it brings to an end three things: the sagas of Captain Roberto Muñoz of the Lientur, the hunt for the millions of dollars in . and British cash, negotiable securities, gold coins, and jewelry stolen from the Banco Central de Chile following the Chilean Earthquake of May, 1960, and the murders that followed the robbery. What irrational acts will elicit the tragic consequences that finally bring everything to an end? For the answer, read Book III: End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences.

What 'irrational acts' will elicit the 'tragic consequences' that finally bring everything to an end? This answer and more are in Book III: End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences.

End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences, is Book III of the Antarctic Murders Trilogy. In many ways, it brings to an end three things: the sagas of Captain Roberto Muoz of the Lientur, the hunt for the millions of dollars in . and British cash, negotiable securities, gold coins, and jewelry stolen from the Banco Central de Chile following the Chilean Earthquake of May, 1960, and the murders that followed the robbery

by Theodore Jerome Cohen. Antarctic Murders Series Theodore Jerome Cohen. Frozen in Time: Murder at the Bottom of the World.

by Theodore Jerome Cohen. Theodore Jerome Cohen. Unfinished Business: Pursuit of an Antarctic Killer.

Written by Theodore Jerome Cohen, Audiobook narrated by William M. Doolittle. End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences is book III of the Antarctic Murders Trilogy

Written by Theodore Jerome Cohen, Audiobook narrated by William M. End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences is book III of the Antarctic Murders Trilogy. In many ways, it brings to an end three things: the sagas of Captain Roberto Muñoz of the Lientur; the hunt for the millions of dollars in US and British cash, negotiable securities, gold coins, and jewelry stolen from the Banco Central de Chile following the Chilean Earthquake of May, 1960; and the murders that followed the robbery.

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"End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences, is Book III of the Antarctic Murders Trilogy. In many ways, it brings to an end three things: the sagas of Captain Roberto Muñoz of the Lientur, the hunt for the millions of dollars in U.S. and British cash, negotiable securities, gold coins, and jewelry stolen from the Banco Central de Chile following the Chilean Earthquake of May, 1960, and the murders that followed the robbery. Book I: Frozen in Time: Murder at the Bottom of the World, introduced American scientists Ted Stone and Grant Morris, who, while performing geological and geophysical field work with the assistance of Captain Roberto Muñoz of the Chilean auxiliary tug Lientur, were caught up in the hunt for the robbers and the spoils from the robbery, and murder. Unfinished Business: Pursuit of an Antarctic Killer, introduced Captain Mateo Valderas and Lieutenant-Commander Antonio Del Río of the Chilean Navy's Office of Internal Affairs. Initially assigned to solve a murder in Arica, they soon found themselves facing perhaps the most vicious, cunning thief and murderer they ever encountered. The return of American scientists Ted Stone and Grant Morris to Santiago for the purpose of helping personnel of the University of Chile prepare for the 20th Chilean Expedition to the Antarctic, beginning in December 1965, jeopardizes the lives of both scientists. What irrational acts will elicit the tragic consequences that finally bring everything to an end? For the answer, read Book III: End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences.

End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences epub download

ISBN13: 978-1456710033

ISBN: 1456710036

Author: Theodore Jerome Cohen

Category: Mystery and Thriller

Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense

Language: English

Publisher: AuthorHouse (November 5, 2010)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB size: 1405 kb

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Rating: 4.4

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Bele
Immediately after finishing book 2 in this trilogy I had to read this title, book 3, End Game. I read it straight through and couldn't put it down. I was anxious to find out not "who done it" but how he (Munoz) might eventually get caught in this game of cat and mouse. There were no shreds of hard evidence at the end of book 2 although the reader learns what happened and how he got away with it all -- while still being held in high regard.

What a clever, smart villain people trust (Munoz)! Until the very end the story will keep you wondering how it can resolve and who might be hurt. Along the way, he does some very good deeds that are not very public so this was not for helping his cover-up. Of course, Munoz learned from the very best, his father -- unfortunately.

Included in the text are Spanish phrases and sentences which are fun to decipher if you have taken Spanish classes. There is some French, too. Anyone who was in orchestra or music classes at some time will start to remember their music literature as symphonies feature prominently in the plot. Oh, really, yes, and also so many "engineering/scientific" details to warm the hearts of those see the world that way such as:
"Candia, a man in his mid-40s, had grown up with the mainframe computer industry. He cut his teeth on the old IBM systems that used drum memories. He was still punching cards in the mid-1960s . . ."

You knew all those high school and college classes would come in handy someday!

Don't miss the ever outstanding Epilogues at the end of the Theodore Jerome Cohen books as it helps put everything about a book (or trilogy) in perspective and gives a glimpse into the future for the characters (Mr. Bernard Madoff, a New York-based stockbroker and investment adviser, is mentioned in this section). I love this component of the stories!
Bele
Immediately after finishing book 2 in this trilogy I had to read this title, book 3, End Game. I read it straight through and couldn't put it down. I was anxious to find out not "who done it" but how he (Munoz) might eventually get caught in this game of cat and mouse. There were no shreds of hard evidence at the end of book 2 although the reader learns what happened and how he got away with it all -- while still being held in high regard.

What a clever, smart villain people trust (Munoz)! Until the very end the story will keep you wondering how it can resolve and who might be hurt. Along the way, he does some very good deeds that are not very public so this was not for helping his cover-up. Of course, Munoz learned from the very best, his father -- unfortunately.

Included in the text are Spanish phrases and sentences which are fun to decipher if you have taken Spanish classes. There is some French, too. Anyone who was in orchestra or music classes at some time will start to remember their music literature as symphonies feature prominently in the plot. Oh, really, yes, and also so many "engineering/scientific" details to warm the hearts of those see the world that way such as:
"Candia, a man in his mid-40s, had grown up with the mainframe computer industry. He cut his teeth on the old IBM systems that used drum memories. He was still punching cards in the mid-1960s . . ."

You knew all those high school and college classes would come in handy someday!

Don't miss the ever outstanding Epilogues at the end of the Theodore Jerome Cohen books as it helps put everything about a book (or trilogy) in perspective and gives a glimpse into the future for the characters (Mr. Bernard Madoff, a New York-based stockbroker and investment adviser, is mentioned in this section). I love this component of the stories!
Legend 33
Naval Internal Affairs officers Mateo Valderas and Lt. Commander Antonio Del Rio are determined to get to the bottom of the Chilean Bank heist and the Antarctic Expedition murders of a few years before. They are convinced that Capt. Robert Munoz is the key to solving both cases. Munoz had come from humble means and risen quickly through the ranks. He was very close to Commander Barbudos, one of the men lost on the Antarctic Expedition. As Valderas conducted interviews with expedition's medical officer and Ted Stone, one of the American scientists on the expedition, he began to realize that some facts didn't add up. Stone states that when he and Barbudos were trapped in the ice crevasse, Barbudos revealed that he was undercover as part of an Internal Affairs investigation of the two officers later found dead. When Stone reveals that he will h returning to Chile soon to help with another expedition, Valderas realizes that his life could be in danger once back in Chile. The case comes to a head when Munoz realizes that Stone has information that could end his plan to escape with the proceeds from the bank theft. He decides that Stone must be eliminated. Valderas must discover what Munoz's next move is and stop him before it's too late.

End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences by Theodore J. Cohen is the concluding novel of the Antarctic Murders trilogy. I had waited anxiously for this novel to come out and it didn't disappoint. Cohen has created in Valderas and Del Rio a pair of investigators worthy of comparison to Holmes and Watson, with Munoz as their Moriarty. The plot moves swiftly without lagging and is definitely a page-turner. End Game continues the twists and turns of its two predecessors. I highly recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys a thriller that breaks the mold and I give it 5 stars.
Legend 33
Naval Internal Affairs officers Mateo Valderas and Lt. Commander Antonio Del Rio are determined to get to the bottom of the Chilean Bank heist and the Antarctic Expedition murders of a few years before. They are convinced that Capt. Robert Munoz is the key to solving both cases. Munoz had come from humble means and risen quickly through the ranks. He was very close to Commander Barbudos, one of the men lost on the Antarctic Expedition. As Valderas conducted interviews with expedition's medical officer and Ted Stone, one of the American scientists on the expedition, he began to realize that some facts didn't add up. Stone states that when he and Barbudos were trapped in the ice crevasse, Barbudos revealed that he was undercover as part of an Internal Affairs investigation of the two officers later found dead. When Stone reveals that he will h returning to Chile soon to help with another expedition, Valderas realizes that his life could be in danger once back in Chile. The case comes to a head when Munoz realizes that Stone has information that could end his plan to escape with the proceeds from the bank theft. He decides that Stone must be eliminated. Valderas must discover what Munoz's next move is and stop him before it's too late.

End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences by Theodore J. Cohen is the concluding novel of the Antarctic Murders trilogy. I had waited anxiously for this novel to come out and it didn't disappoint. Cohen has created in Valderas and Del Rio a pair of investigators worthy of comparison to Holmes and Watson, with Munoz as their Moriarty. The plot moves swiftly without lagging and is definitely a page-turner. End Game continues the twists and turns of its two predecessors. I highly recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys a thriller that breaks the mold and I give it 5 stars.
Blackseeker
I enjoyed Frozen in Time when it first came out and thought it made for an entertaining summer reading. Nevertheless, It left me wondering what really happened.

Fortunately, Author Theodore Cohen did not leave me wondering for long and wrote the next two legs of the trilogy to satisfy my curiosity.

In his second book, Unfinished Business, an odd couple of Chilean Navy Internal Affairs investigators set out to find the stolen fortune and the possible murderers who managed to escape. But it is not until the third book, End Game, brings the drama to a surprising end.

Reading about murders in Antarctica during a hot summer provides the necessary chilling effect. Highly recommended.
Blackseeker
I enjoyed Frozen in Time when it first came out and thought it made for an entertaining summer reading. Nevertheless, It left me wondering what really happened.

Fortunately, Author Theodore Cohen did not leave me wondering for long and wrote the next two legs of the trilogy to satisfy my curiosity.

In his second book, Unfinished Business, an odd couple of Chilean Navy Internal Affairs investigators set out to find the stolen fortune and the possible murderers who managed to escape. But it is not until the third book, End Game, brings the drama to a surprising end.

Reading about murders in Antarctica during a hot summer provides the necessary chilling effect. Highly recommended.
Zargelynd
"End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences" by Theodore Jerome Cohen is a superbly satisfying finale to the "Antarctic Murders" trilogy, which is based on actual events the author experienced while working on his post-graduate thesis and dissertation. One could pick up "End Game" and read it as a standalone novel, but one would find much more enjoyment out of reading the entire trilogy sequentially.

"Frozen in Time" is the first volume in this trilogy. "Unfinished Business" is the second, followed by "End Games". The three will soon be available under a single cover, titled "Cold Blood". Whether you get the three separate novels now, or wait for the combined volume, you will enjoy this story immensely. This trilogy is really quite fascinating, due in no small part to the fact that it is based entirely on true events experienced by Cohen.

While you're at it, Cohen has written at least 10 novels to date, and every one is a captivating and well-written tale. I heartily recommend anything written by Theodore Jerome Cohen.
Zargelynd
"End Game: Irrational Acts, Tragic Consequences" by Theodore Jerome Cohen is a superbly satisfying finale to the "Antarctic Murders" trilogy, which is based on actual events the author experienced while working on his post-graduate thesis and dissertation. One could pick up "End Game" and read it as a standalone novel, but one would find much more enjoyment out of reading the entire trilogy sequentially.

"Frozen in Time" is the first volume in this trilogy. "Unfinished Business" is the second, followed by "End Games". The three will soon be available under a single cover, titled "Cold Blood". Whether you get the three separate novels now, or wait for the combined volume, you will enjoy this story immensely. This trilogy is really quite fascinating, due in no small part to the fact that it is based entirely on true events experienced by Cohen.

While you're at it, Cohen has written at least 10 novels to date, and every one is a captivating and well-written tale. I heartily recommend anything written by Theodore Jerome Cohen.