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On an isolated Greek island, a World War I fighter plane attacks a modern U.S. Air Force base...a mysterious saboteur preys on an American scientific expedition...and Dirk plays a deadly game of hunter and hunted with the elusive head of an international smuggling ring.
Dirk Pitt, intrepid hero of Clive Cussler's smash bestsellers Dragon, Sahara, and Inca Gold, is hot on the trail of a mammoth drug conspiracy controlled by a missing Nazi war criminal. On land and in the depths of the Aegean, Pitt troubleshoots his way through desperate adventures!
This was the first Clive Cussler book Ive read, and I loved it. I thought it was great! The whole story, the characters, everything !!! Read morePublished on March 20 2005 by Michael Beveridge
A great book from start to finnish...... Cant wait to read the rest of the Dirk Pitt series. Im sure they will be jsut as good if not better. Read morePublished on March 4 2005 by Michael Beveridge
This was my first Cussler novel (I figured I'd start at the begining) and it's a decent enough yarn but atrociously written. Read morePublished on July 12 2004 by Phil Gaston
I first started reading Cussler when I found Pacific Vortex at my condo complex's library. I became addicted. Read morePublished on March 20 2003 by "musicmoviesandbooksbuyer"
Hey, not literature but still a lot of fun! Don't miss any of about the first 10 books in this series.Published on Aug. 28 2002 by "mnlaustin"
Very entertaining! My husband and I have been reading (and re-reading) Clive Cussler's novels for over 15 years. All his books contain lots of action and history. Read morePublished on June 4 2002 by Student File
I recently read this book again for the first time in twenty years. I now realize what captivated me to read all of the Dirk Pitt novels. I have begun to read them all again. Read morePublished on Dec 10 2001 by Kevin Logar
I must admit is was a bit suprised to find out that Darius was secretly working for Erik. Even more so suprised to find out that Erik was had took someone else's identity. Read morePublished on Nov. 13 2001 by R. H Porter