Tom Clancy's Op-Center: Sea of Fire (#10)

by Jeff Rovin | Mystery & Thrillers | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0425190919 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingResQgeekwing of Alexandria, Virginia USA on 1/5/2004
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Journal Entry 1 by wingResQgeekwing from Alexandria, Virginia USA on Monday, January 5, 2004
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From the cover: A half-dead Singapore pirate is plucked from the Celebes Sea in the Western Pacific, setting off alarms halfway around the world in Washington, D.C. Traces of radiation are found on the man, causing Australian officials to call in Op-Center for a top-secret investigation of nuclear disposal sites. When an empty drum from a recent drop-off is discovered near where the pirates ship was destroyed, the Op-Center team comes to a terrifying conclusion: A multinational corporation hired to dispose of nuclear waste is selling it instead--to a most unlikely terrorist...

Journal Entry 2 by wingResQgeekwing from Alexandria, Virginia USA on Monday, January 5, 2004
I received this book as a Christmas present, and just finished reading it. Each of the Op-Center books has presented a crisis based on the current events and global political circumstances at the time of its writing. This one isn't different. The prospect of terrorists obtaining and using nuclear material is daunting, and the job of preventing such a disaster even more so. This book isn't quite as gripping as some of the earlier books in the series, but it did present a few surprises, and it wrapped up the story nicely. This book placed some of the Op-Center staff in new roles in the field, which was refreshing, and it introduced at least one new character that I suspect will return in future volumes. This was a fun, light read, perfect for any fan of espionage/political thrillers.

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