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    Great book as always from Clive. Hr dives into history
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    Excellent

    Très bonne ducumentation
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    Good, classic Cussler. A bit violent

    Good stuff. Bell is the quiet hero you want to root for, and in whom you see parts of yourself. The Spy is a bad guy, pretty scary. Some of the violence done to good characters was a bit abusive to the reader, graphic. Cussler does this, but I found it a bit much here. I’ve read more of the NUMA files (Juan Cabrillo, similar good guy) but those seem less blood and gore violent. Book picks up midway thru or so. Isaac starts to get some work done. Then you don’t want it to end. Classic Cussler.
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    The Spy

    Solid detective adventure of days and events leading to the unique partnerships developed at the beginning of the events leading to World War One. Regardless the writer the influence of a true storyteller, Clive Cussler, holds sway over the reader.
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