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Überfall auf hoher See. by James Cobb
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Überfall auf hoher See. (original 2002; edition 2002)

by James Cobb

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Title:Überfall auf hoher See.
Authors:James Cobb
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0515134139, Mass Market Paperback)

The disappearance of an industrial research satellite puts Commander Amanda Lee Garrett and her Navy task force on the hunt for a high-tech pirate-a criminal genius whose own sea force turns the mission into an international crisis.

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"An industrial research satellite is successfully brought down in the Indonesian sea only to disappear entirely, along with the international recovery staff sent to retrieve it and their ship. U.S. military officials believe that it has been stolen, but wonder who is capable of such an operation." -- Jacket.… (more)

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