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Deep Six Chapter Summary & Analysis - Prelude, The San Marino Summary

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Prelude, The San Marino Summary

Deep Six is a Dirk Pitt novel by Clive Cussler. Dirk Pitt investigates the Pilottown, a ship found on Augustine Island in Alaska with a nerve agent in her cargo hold. During what seems like a routine investigation, an EPA agent is killed. Pitt is outraged by this needless death and becomes determined to find the source of the stolen nerve agent in order to get justice for the EPA agent's death. Pitt is a bulldog, determined even when his boss needs him to focus on other investigations. Deep Six is a novel of international intrigue, one that will keep Cussler fans, as well as new readers, on the edge of their seats.

Arta Casilighio, aka Estelle Wallace, is aboard the cargo ship San Marino enjoying the sun several days into her trip to New Zealand. Ms. Wallace has feigned illness...

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