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Condor’s Fury, by Graham Brown

Cover of Condor's Fury, by Graham Brown.

Graham Brown worked with Clive Cussler for 12 years. A former pilot and lawyer and later part of a start-up health care firm, the author decided he hadn’t had enough different careers and decided to become a writer. Clive Eric Cussler was an American adventure novelist and underwater explorer. He was born in the United States. Died in the United States on the 24 February 2020.

Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala save the world once again in Graham Brown’s continuation of Clive Cussler’s National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA) thrillers.

What starts as a possible biological weapon attack on a freighter ends up being much more complex. Kurt and Joe face mind-controlling technology and Cuban mercenaries who plan to use modern airships to hijack a nuclear submarine culminating in a life-or-death showdown in the skies. As the mission moves from the seas to the skies, stopping them could be the NUMA crew’s toughest task yet… A fast-paced adventure.

4.6/5 Stars