Stephen Coonts' Deep Black - Chapter 100-110 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 100-110 Summary

The Eurostar staff do not have any communication with the train. The signal information comes through the tracks, and it indicates that the part of the train was moving, although very slowly. They do not know how to interpret the signals they are receiving. Military response teams have been activated at both the English and French sides of the tunnel. Traffic in the other tube has been halted and the staff evacuated. The military is preparing to enter the tunnel. Rubens says they should have some kind of plan for disabling the bomb.

Charlie is watching the shadows move around the train. The only way in is through the decoupled car. He hears a voice speaking French in the tunnel, and hides under the train. He hears footsteps and sees a flashlight beam. There are two men walking toward the engine...

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