By Stephen Coonts, William H. Keith Jr.
Within the Arctic, American intelligence operatives are abducted whereas investigating Russian submarines—a consistent, covert presence underneath the ice caps. In Washington, ex-Marine Charlie Dean and his staff at table 3 hint the kidnapping again to the Russian mafiya, who've their attractions set at the significant reserves of oil that lie millions of toes less than the ocean’s floor.
While Dean is shipped to the Arctic to rescue the hostages, the gorgeous Lia DeFrancesca penetrates a seriously guarded dacha at the seashores of the Black Sea. right here she learns the explosive fact approximately Russia and its Arctic oil—one which can expense Dean and his Deep Black crew their lives…and force the world’s superpowers to the threshold of conflict.
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