Die Wrak van die Adolf K. Freimut

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Wat kan dit wees wat Robert Wicks so intens laat belang stel in die wrak van die Adolf K. Freimut - 'n stuk ou, verroeste metaal wat eens 'n skip was, maar wat nou al jare lank onder die siftende woestynsand van die Seekus van die Dood verborge lê? Is dit bloot 'n voorwendsel van Wicks om die konsessiegebied van 'n internasionale ontginningsmaatskappy binne te dring en hul groot ontdekking voor hul neuse wegraap?
Wat kan dit wees wat Robert Wicks so intens laat belang stel in die wrak van die Adolf K. Freimut - 'n stuk ou, verroeste metaal wat eens 'n skip was, maar wat nou al jare lank onder die siftende woestynsand van die Seekus van die Dood verborge lê? Is dit bloot 'n voorwendsel van Wicks om die konsessiegebied van 'n internasionale ontginningsmaatskappy binne te dring en hul groot ontdekking voor hul neuse wegraap? Die wrak van die Adolf K. Freimut is ‘n roman wat in 1972 reeds die lig gesien het. Die verhaal speel hom af aan die ongenaakbare Seekus van die Dood. ’n Veldgeoloog dien as gids vir ’n soekgeselskap na die wrak van ’n skip wat aan hierdie kus vergaan het, met ’n baie waardevolle vrag aan boord. Doc Immelman het sy lesersaanhang oor dekades heen opgebou met sy jag-, misdaad- en oorlogsavontuurverhale – altyd met ‘n tikkie romanse in ‘n ruwe manswêreld. *Pages severely yellowed; Fold on cover.*
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AuthorDoc Immelman
PublisherHuman & Rousseau
PlaceCape Town
Year1993
ISBN0798130458
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
CommentsPages severely yellowed; Fold on cover.
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