CLIVE CUSSLER SKELETON COAST PDF
Chairman of the Corporation Juan Cabrillo and his mercenary crew steer theOregon into battle against a militant leader and his cult-like followers. Skeleton Coast. by Clive Cussler and Jack DuBrul. The Oregon Files. Original publication date: by Putnam. paperback | Buy a cheap copy of Skeleton Coast book by Clive Cussler. The author of the bestselling NUMA(r) and Dirk Pitt(r) series continues the adventure and intrigue.
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But after a two year abstinence, my past fondness for Cussler’s earlier work over-ruled my reluctance and Plague Ship rewarded me with a thoroughly enjoyable read.
On a mission to deliver weapons that were bugged for tracking to Congolese rebels, Juan hears about the kidnapping of Geoffrey Merrick. Chapters 27 and Their curtain comes by giving the rightful owners billions of dollars worth of diamonds that will allow them to free Zimbabwe from the evil regime that is currently in place.
Jul 19, Leslie rated it it was ok. Skeleton Coast is the fourth book of the series, The Oregon Files. Chapters 15 and More summaries and resources for teaching or studying Skeleton Coast.
This is a typical over-the-top Cuzsler action-thriller. Cuesler to Read saving…. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. I look more at co-written books as the lesser-known author’s work, and after reading a few books by Morrison and DuBrul, I think this book the 3rd or 4th DuBrul book I’ve tried kills for me his contributions to the serie After reading so many Cussler books, and so many “co-written” books, it’s difficult to find them so enjoyable.
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I love the way Cussler takes an event that occurred in the past either real or fiction and blends it into the current day – with lots of twists and turns along the cuslser. You are always in for a rip roaring adventure when you read one of the books in The Oregon Clve series. I guess I’m just not a fan of this particular series. Jan 25, Kate rated it it was amazing.
This is one of my favorite of the Oregon Files books. The Oregon Files series settles into a steady rhythm, finally, with this fourth novel. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
I look forward to the next edition. He and the members of his group are all good men and women that strive to set the world back on the right course. You can’t go wrong reading Cussler or duBrul, and this book showcases the immense talents of both. I found Cussler’s brief sidebars on the evolution of hurricanes and the importance of ocean skeletpn and water temperature in their development particularly interesting. Amazon Web Services Goodreads Shopbop.
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Skeleton Coast (The Oregon Files, #4) by Clive Cussler
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Customers who bought this item also bought. Skeleton Coast by Clive Cussler is an adventure that combines treasure hunting, ecological fanaticism, kidnapping, terrorism and high tech rescues. I like the Oregon Series and the characters. I have read all in this group and cant wait till another Oregon Files story comes out.
This is Cussler at his finest and Cabrillo is my favorite of his characters. Read the book, This is one of my favorite of the Oregon Files books. The crew cusslee trading weapons for uncut sekleton with a rebel group. Action is brisk and never lets up. Still smarting from a weapons-trade gone bad and a double-cross, Cabrillo takes action.
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I love Juan Cabrillo and this Oregon Files series. Chapters 11 and Not usually my genre, but someone gave it to me, and I enjoyed it. If the Oregon were a real ship, I would apply for a job with them! Easy to read and fast paced.
To be fair, I hadn’t wanted to be entangled in the Oregon Files when I started the book but I believe that I’ll carry on with the series.