Stephen Coonts' Deep Black - Chapter 1-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1-10 Summary

The book opens with Charles Dean and his partner, Tommy Karr, riding separately on a bus and seeing a beautiful woman being robbed. Both run to help the woman. Tommy catches the thief and returns the purse to the woman. Tommy and Charles decide to have coffee while waiting for their afternoon meeting.

In Paris, an engineer is explaining the activity on a computer screen to Mussa Duoar. The technician is demonstrating how an explosion causing the collapse of the tunnel under the English Channel will result in a wall of water hitting the shoreline. The water would flood Belgium, The Netherlands, and most of the French coast. This is the terrorist act that they are planning. The technician is demonstrating the simulation on the top floor of a printing building where they have the floor to themselves. The engineer asks...

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