The Silent Sea by Clive Cussler
(The Oregon Files)

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Of the last few Oregon Files novels I’ve read and reviewed for Bookreporter.com, THE SILENT SEA is the most interesting and captivating. Perhaps it’s the links between the present-day adventures, buried treasure leading back to China in 1498...
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An ancient curse...
A prize beyond imagination...
Juan Cabrillo will face one to win the other.
 

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 March 9, 2010 by G.P. Putnam's Sons. 466 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Crime, Horror. Fiction
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Reviewed by Publishers Weekly on Jan 25 2010

The action seesaws from subtropical jungles to the bitter cold of the Antarctic as Juan leads his band of intrepid scientist warriors into battle against a host of nefarious enemies. A cliffhanger ending will leave fans panting for more.

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Book Reporter

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on Apr 26 2011

Of the last few Oregon Files novels I’ve read and reviewed for Bookreporter.com, THE SILENT SEA is the most interesting and captivating. Perhaps it’s the links between the present-day adventures, buried treasure leading back to China in 1498...

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