Stephen Coonts' Deep Black - Chapter 81-90 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 81-90 Summary

Mussa Duoar is on board the train as it is on its one hour trip to the Channel. He knows that the brothers are at the Eiffel Tower now. Duoar is watching the time and counting the minutes. He had reserved a large number of seats on the train to make it appear that the train would be full so there would be fewer passengers on the train. Duoar helps the attendants move the carts to serve drinks. He recognizes Donohue entering the restroom in the car.

The men at the Tower begin to fire at Karr. Karr tells the Art Room to have the French get the people out of the Tower. The information about shots being fired is conveyed to the President, who is arriving in Paris, and to the French.

Donohue is in the train's restroom, thinking about...

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