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By Jack Du Brul

Russian mastermind Ivan Kerikov plans to exploit an ecological terrorist workforce to sabotage the Alaska pipeline and pollute the western coast of North the United States with oil, all to show the U.S. from family to overseas assets of oil. he is being paid hundreds of thousands by way of a rogue Arab oil minister who's plotting a coup in his personal state and in desparate want of international source of revenue to solidify his position.But Kerikov hasn't allowed for geologist Philip Mercer, who has a expertise for being within the correct position on the correct time. while Mercer discovers that an apparant coincidence was once truly homicide, he investigates and shortly starts off to untangle Kerikov's internet. At his facet is Aggie Johnston, right-hand girl to the eco-terrorist, who has all started to question her leader's reasons.

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Boycotts of the oil companies that had been granted drilling licenses erupted across the nation. The hardest hit, Petromax, started legal proceedings against several groups, including Greenpeace, for organizing the protests. Greenpeace welcomed the media attention a pending trial would generate. They wanted to send their ship, the Rainbow Warrior III, into Prince William Sound as an act of defiance, but she was stationed in the South Pacific to protest the latest round of French nuclear tests. What had started as a chance to finally cure many of America’s problems turned into a pitched battle that was dividing the nation as nothing had since Vietnam.

Synopsis: Russian mastermind Ivan Kerikov is being paid millions by a rogue Arab oil minister who is plotting a coup in his own country and, being in desperate need of foreign income, wants to force the United States from domestic to foreign sources of oil. Ivan’s task is to sabotage the Alaska pipeline. Charon’s Landing Jack Du Brul The second book in the Philip Mercer series Copyright © 1999 by Jack Du Brul This one’s for my father and brother and our month-long Alaska crusade to hit every gin joint between Ketchikan and Point Barrow.

Jerry Small’s teenage son was an even larger version of his father. The boy, man really, was at least four inches taller than six feet, with shoulders like an ox. His youthful face was incongruous on his large body. “Get ready to cast off stern, John,” Small said, as the big stern-mounted Chevy engine rumbled to life. John cast off the final line and jumped aboard their charter boat, Wave Dancer, a poetic name for a stout, roughed-up craft that had fared too many Alaska winters. The two passengers joined the captain and his son in the relative protection of the open-sided cabin.

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