Dark Watch, Clive Cussler

     

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Dark Watch, Clive Cussler
Dark Watch,
by Clive Cussler

Dark Watch Book Review

Dark Watch is the third novel in Clive Cussler's Oregon Files series, co-authored by Jack Du Brul.

In the novel Dark Watch, the leading world bankers are facing a crisis as some or the world's national central banks are demanding the return of their gold, which had been entrusted to them for safekeeping. Gold which the bankers did not actually bother to "safekeep" but has instead been selling off.

To solve this conundrum, the bankers hire a Russian criminal who has discovered a vast lode of gold ore in Northeastern Siberia. Ore which he is extracting at hardly any cost to himself through the use of Chinese slave labor.

Juan Cabrillo, captain of the Oregon and president of the Corporation, gets involved after being hired to investigate increasing cases of piracy in the South China Sea, which leads to the discover of the trafficking of Chinese slave laborers.

     

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DIRK PITT SERIES:

Arctic Drift (2008)

Treasure of Khan (2006)
Black Wind (2004)
Trojan Odyssey (2003)
Valhalla Rising (2001)
Atlantis Found (1999)
Flood Tide (1997)
Shock Wave (1996)
Inca Gold (1994)
Sahara (1992)
Dragon (1990)
Treasure (1988)
Cyclops (1986)
Deep Six (1984)
Pacific Vortex! (1983)
Night Probe! (1981)
Vixen 03 (1978)
Raise the Titanic! (1976)
Iceberg (1975)
The Mediterranean Caper (1973)

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Polar Shift (2005)
Lost City (2004)
White Death (2003)
Fire Ice (2002)
Blue Gold (2000)
Serpent (1999)

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The Silent Sea (2010)
Corsair (2009)
Plague Ship (2008)
Skeleton Coast (2006)
Dark Watch (2005)
Sacred Stone (2004)
Golden Buddha (2003)

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The Wrecker (2009)
The Chase (2007)

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