Golden Buddha, Clive Cussler

     

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Golden Buddha, Clive Cussler
Golden Buddha,
by Clive Cussler

Golden Buddha Book Review (wikip. paraphrased)

Golden Buddha was the first and original action thriller in the Oregon Files series. Unlike the subsequent Oregon Files novels, which were co-authored by Jack Du Brul, Golden Buddha was co-authored by Craig Dirgo.

The Corporation, lead by captain Juan Cabrillo, is hired to recover a Golden Buddha statue stolen from the Dalai Lama in 1959. Equipped with a state of the art war ship disguised as a heap of junk rawler, the team sets off from Cuba to Macau, where they believe the Golden Buddha is located - in the possession of billionaire Stanley Ho.

Facing several adversaries throughout this adventure, Juan Cabrillo's enemy number one in Golden Buddha may be the mighty Chinese communist government itself, which does not want to see the return of the Golden Buddha to the Dalai Lama for fear that it might strengthen the movement for the freeing of Tibet.

     

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DIRK PITT SERIES:

Arctic Drift (2008)

Treasure of Khan (2006)
Black Wind (2004)
Trojan Odyssey (2003)
Valhalla Rising (2001)
Atlantis Found (1999)
Flood Tide (1997)
Shock Wave (1996)
Inca Gold (1994)
Sahara (1992)
Dragon (1990)
Treasure (1988)
Cyclops (1986)
Deep Six (1984)
Pacific Vortex! (1983)
Night Probe! (1981)
Vixen 03 (1978)
Raise the Titanic! (1976)
Iceberg (1975)
The Mediterranean Caper (1973)

NUMAź FILES:
Medusa (2009)
The Navigator (2007)
Polar Shift (2005)
Lost City (2004)
White Death (2003)
Fire Ice (2002)
Blue Gold (2000)
Serpent (1999)

OREGON FILES:
The Silent Sea (2010)
Corsair (2009)
Plague Ship (2008)
Skeleton Coast (2006)
Dark Watch (2005)
Sacred Stone (2004)
Golden Buddha (2003)

ISAAC BELL SERIES:
The Spy (2010)
The Wrecker (2009)
The Chase (2007)

FARGO ADVENTURES:
Spartan Gold (2009)

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