Golden Buddha by Clive Cussler
(The Oregon Files)

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Juan Cabrillo's first adventure with the Oregon-a state of the art spy ship disguised as a nondescript lumber hauler-takes him and his crew into dangerous waters, as they try to put Tibet back in the hands of the Dalai Lama by striking a deal with the Russians and the Chinese.

Cabrillo's gambling chip is a golden Buddha containing records of vast oil reserves in the disputed land. But first, he'll have to locate-and steal-the all-important artifact. And there are certain people who would do anything in their power to see him fail...

About Clive Cussler

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CLIVE CUSSLER is the author of dozens of New York Times bestsellers, most recently The Striker and Zero Hour. He lives in Arizona.THOMAS PERRY is the author of many novels, including the Edgar Award winner The Butcher’s Boy, and the Jane Whitefield series. He is the coauthor with Cussler of The Tombs. Perry lives in southern California.
Published October 7, 2003 by Berkley. 438 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, War, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Business & Economics, Children's Books, Crime. Fiction

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Cussler’s first mate on the computer, Craig Dirgo, also copilot for The Sea-Hunters (1996) and The Sea-Hunters II: More True Adventures with Famous Shipwrecks (2002), signs on for his first tour as same for Cussler’s fiction, joining him in a new paperback series featuring the Oregon files.

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They've been secretly hired by the U.S. government to find and acquire an ancient statue known as the Golden Buddha, stolen from the Dalai Lama upon his ouster from Tibet by the Chinese in 1959.

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Cussler's first and still foremost creation is Dirk Pitt, whose adventure begat the NUMA Files, and now with GOLDEN BUDDHA he presents his always loyal and ever-growing cadre of readers with the first novel of what he is calling the Oregon Files.

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Cussler and Dirgo, coauthors of two nonfiction books (The Sea Hunters; The Sea Hunters II) team up this time to debut a new act

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