Book Review – The Navigator – Clive Cussler & Paul Kemprecos

A statue of a sailor from 900 BC appears to be the reason why people are being killed and there would be more dead with not for the timely intervention of Kurt Austin of NUMA. Now he must find the real reason why a mysterious man is behind murder, theft and perhaps human sacrifice.

Another Kurt Austin story, the seventh, and again, I believe a return to form from Clive Cussler. After so many of the recent books missing that vital ingredient that made the earlier Dirk Pitt books un-put-down-able, the master story teller seems to be firing on all cylinders. The Navigator has all the ingredients of a classic Cussler novel. A prologue set deep into history, a loony power mad villain and high adventure on, under and off the water.

A great adventure book, and one worthy of joining the long list of good books that Clive Cussler has written.

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