Corsair - Clive Cussler Reviews
Description:ISBN 0718154444 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Clive Cussler, Jack du Brul / Edition: First Editon / Hardcover / 448 Pages / Book is ... more
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by - written on 29/05/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
An excellent, gripping thriller that I was totally unable to put down. Corsair is a story form the Oregon series. This story follows Juan Cabrillo and his attempt to get back the US Secretary of State - Fiona Katemora - whose plane went missing over the Libyan desert. The story starts in Somalia, with Cabrillo and his crew attempting to take down one of the "big dogs", so to speak, of crime in Somalia. After receiving a message from the US that the Secretary of State has gone missing to a peace conference which could see the end of tension between many countries, Juan guides his ship - The Oregon - through the Suez Canal and to Libya to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Corsair is written by bestselling author Clive Cussler and is the sixth book in his 'Oregon Files' series. **The Oregon Files** For those who have never read ony books in this series before, the Oregon is a ship, from the outside it looks like a rusty battered old ship, fit only for the scrapyard. However appearances can be deceptive and this is certainly the case with the Oregon, inside it is a luxury state of the art ship full of the most up to date technology available. The Oregon is captained by former CIA agent Juan Cabrillo and crewed by some of the best members of elite fighting forces from all over the world. The Oregon is effectively ... Read the complete review
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