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Table of Contents
Title Page
Copyright Page
Dedication
Paris, France
On the Rio Tuira, Panama
Gary Barber’s Camp on the River
of Ruin
The Lake
Panama City, Panama
Cristobal, Panama
Hatcherly Consolidated Terminal
Balboa, Panama
Panama City, Panama
Above the Darien Province,
Panama

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The Canal Zone, Panama
The Twenty Devils Mine Cocle
Province, Panama
The Twenty Devils Mine Cocle
Province, Panama
The Twenty Devils Mine Cocle
Province, Panama
Roddy Herrara’s House Panama
City, Panama
Lake Gatun, Panama
The Radisson Royal Hotel Panama
City, Panama
El Mirador West of Panama City
The Radisson Royal Hotel Panama
City, Panama
El Mirador
The Radisson Royal Hotel Panama
City, Panama

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Canal Administration Building
Balboa Heights, Panama
Radisson Royal Hotel Panama
City, Panama
Hatcherly Consolidated Terminal
Balboa, Panama
The Pedro Miguel Lock Panama
Canal, Panama
The Englander Rose Panama
Canal, Panama
Hatcherly Consolidated Terminal
Balboa, Panama
Epilogue
Acknowledgements

Praise for River of Ruin
“Starts at 100 mph and then gets
faster . . . intricate, intelligent,
high-octane adventure.”
—Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author of Without Fail

Praise for Pandora’s Curse
“A rare treat—a thriller that blends
some of modern history’s most
vexing enigmas with a hostile, perfectly realized setting. This is one
thriller that really delivers great

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characters combined with a breakneck pace and almost unbearable
suspense.”
—Douglas Preston and Lincoln
Child, coauthors of The Ice Limit
and Relic
“Combining plenty of thrills and a
touch of romance, Du Brul’s
action-packed contemporary adventure zips along like an out-ofcontrol locomotive. . . . A well-researched foundation of facts and
details grounds the reader in this
frosty setting. . . . Mercer’s love interest, Dr. Anika Klein, is his fitting counterpart and a strong
heroine, and their romance adds a

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degree of warmth to this swift,
sensational tale. Those who enjoy a
good adrenaline rush will find
plenty here to satisfy.”
—Publishers Weekly
“Have you been casually looking
for a new thriller writer in the tradition of Clive Cussler? Would the
idea of a touch of Jack Higgins intrigue you? Do you like your reading to move quickly, have a grand
plot, and the good guy gets the
girl? Browse no more! Jack Du
Brul is here. . . . Pandora’s Curse
hit all the buttons. Read it and run
to your favorite bookstore for the
others. . . . A dandy read.”

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—News & Citizen (Morrisville, VT)
The Medusa Stone
“[The Medusa Stone’s] nearly 500
pages of fast-paced prose propel
Du Brul closer to the front ranks of
thriller authors.”
—Publishers Weekly
“With novels like Charon’s Landing, Vulcan’s Forge, and now The
Medusa Stone, Jack Du Brul is one
of the leaders of adventurous intrigue novels. The story line of his
latest thriller continually ebbs and
flows, but each new spurt builds
the tension even further until the


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