Book Review: ‘Clive Cussler’s Dark Vector: A NUMA Files Novel’ By Graham Brown

Book number 19 in the series is another thrill ride from start to finish. Graham Brown does the late Clive Cussler proud with this series. You will not want to put this down. The story starts out with a Chinese treasure ship, the Silken Dragon, which went down in 1808 and plays a part in the story today. The two main stars of the novels, Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala (who are a hoot together), are working with Chinese historian Yan-Li to try and find the ship. The men are called away when a US ship, the Canberra Swift, carrying powerful computers, is boarded and goes missing. These computers are super high speed and are the future and in the wrong hands can be bad news. Many factions are after these computers, includeing a Chinese Mafia syndicate and Kurt and Joe are on the case and their lives are constantly in danger and they always seem to find away out of danger. The action scenes are awesome, as did the climatic ending of this book. You are pins and needles reading this. Fans of this series will not be disappointed.

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