Skeleton Coast - Chapters 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29 and 30 Summary

Dan Singer is aboard a truly dilapidated tanker named Gulf of Sidra. With a cargo hold that is filled with Susan's invention, getting warmer by the minute, the tanker is headed for a tropical depression that was moving across the Atlantic. Singer already knew that Makambo's troops had been stopped, and there wasn't nearly the amount of oil necessary for the noxious contamination he'd hoped for, but a storm that is already showing Four Four conditions is perfect for the second half of his plan and the Gulf of Sidra is headed for it. Juan Cabrillo oversees the refitting of the Oregon, ensuring the submersibles are recharged and docked, the ammunition is restocked, the guns taken from Makambo's men are tagged and put away, and the oil is washed from the lifeboat. When all is back to normal, he goes to...

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