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Black horizon

Doubleday Large Print Home Library Edition.

Published .
Written in English.

About the Edition

Three summers after the biggest man-made environmental disaster in history, a drilling explosion in Cuban waters 60 miles off the Florida Keys has millions of gallons of oil spewing from a hole in the ocean floor. The situation is complex: the consortium doing the work is state-owned Venezuelan, Chinese and Russian, controlled by a mineral lease from the Cuban government, and the Cubans not only refuse assistance from the U.S., they also vow to fire on "hostile" American vessels that enter Cuban waters. When his new wife Andie is called back to an undercover CIA assignment, Jack Swyteck heads to Key West to see his buddy Theo Knight and is transformed from bystander to player in the unfolding oil catastrophe when he takes on a client whose husband was on the rig that blew up. She wants Jack to file a wrongful death suit in U.S. court. Taking on this unimaginably complicated case pitches Jack into a dangerous world, only to find that his case and Andie's assignment may be lethally connected.

Edition Notes

Series
A Jack Swyteck novel

Classifications

Library of Congress
PS3557.R534 B53 2014b

The Physical Object

Pagination
626 pages ;
Number of pages
626

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26271057M
Internet Archive
isbn_9781611291865
ISBN 10
1611291860, 0062298755
ISBN 13
9781611291865, 9780062298751
OCLC/WorldCat
891143231
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