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One of the Best Works of Clive Cussler. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 489 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.
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Dark Watch: Oregon Files #3 PDF Details
|Original Title:||Dark Watch: Oregon Files #3|
|Number Of Pages:||489 pages|
|First Published in:||October 31st 2005|
|Latest Edition:||March 27th 2008|
|Series:||Oregon Files #3|
|Generes:||Fiction, Adventure, Thriller, Action, Mystery, Suspense, Audiobook, Thriller, Mystery Thriller, Adult Fiction, Novels,|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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OME," Cabrillo called at the sharp knock on his cabin's door.
The Oregon was safely beyond the range of all but North Korea's best fighter jets and, according to intercepted communications, it seemed unlikely any would be scrambled before the vessel was outside their range, too. He had allowed himself an hour-long soak in the copper Jacuzzi tub in the adjoining bathroom and was just finishing getting dressed. Not one to stand on formalities aboard ship, he wore cotton trousers and an open-neck shirt.
Unlike his Colonel Hourani disguise, and despite his Hispanic name and background, Juan Cabrillo's eyes were blue, and his spiky hair was white-blond from a youth spent in the sun and surf. His features, too, looked more Anglo than Latin, with an aristocratic nose and a mouth forever poised at a smile from some joke only he knew. But there was a hard edge to Cabrillo, one formed over years of facing danger. While he masked it well, 39
people meeting him for the first time could still detect an intangible quality that commanded immediate respect.
Linda Ross, the Corporation's newly promoted vice president of Operations, stepped through the door, a clipboard held against her chest. Linda was another navy veteran, having spent time as an intelligence officer aboard an Aegis cruiser followed by a stint at the Pentagon. Trim and athletic, Linda possessed a soft-spoken demeanor and a razor-sharp mind.
When Richard Truitt, the Corporation's former VP, unexpectedly resigned after the Sacred Stone affair, Cabrillo and Hanley knew that Linda was the only one who could fill Dick's shoes.
She paused at the door, mesmerized by the sight of Juan adjusting his prosthetic right leg and rolling down his pants cuff. He slid into a pair of Italian moccasin-style boat shoes.
It wasn't that she wasn't aware of the fake limb, but it was always a shock to see it, since Cabrillo never seemed bothered that he was missing a leg below the knee.
Cabrillo spoke without looking up. "On the Asia Star, a North Korean guard smashed the leg against a railing and cracked the plastic. He was sure surprised when I kept fighting with what he assumed was a broken shin."
"You just proved North Korean propaganda," Linda said with a low chuckle.