Treasure of Khan - Clive Cussler & Dirk Cussler

Treasure of Khan

By Clive Cussler & Dirk Cussler

  • Release Date: 2006-11-28
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 160 Ratings)

Book Details Summary

Oceanic explorers Dirk Pitt and Al Giordino find intrigue, adventure, and peril while collecting clues to the mysterious treasure of Xanadu, the famed capital of Kublai Khan’s empire.

When Dirk Pitt is nearly killed rescuing an oil survey team from a freak wave on Russia’s Lake Baikal, it appears a simple act of nature. But when the survey team is abducted and Pitt’s research vessel nearly sunk, it becomes clear this is no run of bad luck, but the influence of something, or someone, more sinister.

In fact, Pitt and the NUMA crew have inadvertently stepped between a Mongolian tycoon and his plans to corner the global oil market, beginning with covert negotiations in China. To ensure the deal goes through, this mysterious businessman will encourage ever-escalating acts of sabotage and violence.  

Pitt and Giordino soon learn the magnate’s fury and his power both stem from the same source: a dark secret about Genghis Khan, the greatest conqueror the world has ever known. To Pitt and Giordino the famed Khan’s empire is nearly the stuff of legend and his tomb a forgotten mystery. But the Khan’s legacy is very real. And it’s the treasure of his grandson Kublai Khan that holds the key to stopping this modern-day oil baron from restoring the conquests of his ancestors. That is, if Pitt and Giordino get there first....

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  • Loyal Cussler fan for yrs!

    By Claudia Vidal
    Cussler is a great story teller! Lately though he has been indulging in very lengthy explanations. Which makes me wonder whether he has some contract binding him to a minimum number of words. I will skip the excess and still read his books.
  • Excellent

    By CJBakes
    One of the best Pitt books I've read