Clive Eric Cussler (born July 15, 1931 in Aurora, Illinois) is an American adventure novelist and marine archaeologist.
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To those of you who seek lost objects of history, I wish you the best of luck. They're out there, and they're whispering.―Clive Cussler
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Read any book by Michael Crichton, Clive Cussler or Bernard Cornwell & we can be friends.
So your one picture is a beer bottle? i have read Clive Cussler books. I like a good adventure or mystery.
We've some great new Clive Cussler books in if that's your reading interest plus crime & action books galore. Free to borrow for 3 weeks!
Clive Cussler? I mean, jackpot on the leg room, but the book caught my eye. (I'm a nerd, I know.)
I bet that's what Indiana Jones would wear if he'd been written by Clive Cussler.
3 of 5 stars to By Clive Cussler, Grant Blackwood by -Penguin Audio-
Just finished the latest Isaac Bell adventure by Clive Cussler called 'The Bootlegger'. Pretty good.
I enjoy Clive Cussler with all his Novels on Oceans types of adventure. Always ...
I wish I still liked to read books. My dad loves Clive Cussler and those seem like my kind of stories.
On page 49 of 384 of The Mediterranean Caper, by Clive Cussler
As with all of Clive Cussler's books I have read, it did not let me down. I tho...
*** Barrel needs a better selection of audio books. No offense to Clive Cussler
love Clive Cussler, especially the old stuff...
On page 80 of 512 of Todesrennen, Isaac Bell by Clive Cussler
I'm sensing that the book is a good read. But I haven't finished my Clive Cussler collection yet D:
Reading old Clive Cussler book at work. White slavery, women turned on by danger and over coming grief by sex.
New Clive Cussler plot coming to life?
Library & 2 books. One by Clive Cussler and the other by James Rollins.
The good news is that I scrounged up a dusty cd audiobook. Bad news? It's Clive Cussler. :(
On page 127 of 436 of The Spy, by Clive Cussler
Thanks for advance notice of new addition to Clive Cussler's Fargo series (with Russell Blake this time)
Yaguara by PAMorris I felt like I was reading a Clive Cussler novel and I couldn't put the book down ... Graham Bell
"...that fought to escape the tight seams of their green prison." --genderswapped Clive Cussler
On page 204 of 392 of The Kingdom, by Clive Cussler
Zero Hour by Clive Cussler. Really good so far. Travel, action and excitement to keep you on your toes.
"Study authors who write in your genre and who are successful; their writing style, structure, characterization, and plotting."Clive Cussler
I like a good Clive Cussler book on audio tape.
On page 112 of 436 of The Spy, by Clive Cussler
Check out Polar Shift 6 by Clive Cussler and Paul Kemprecos (2007, PB) A KURT AUSTIN NOVEL via
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.I look fwd to a Clive Cussler paperback featuring a He's had a run on plots.
On page 105 of 436 of The Spy, by Clive Cussler
Anything by Clive Cussler, always a good read.
something by Clive Cussler. If you like fiction spiced with history.
On page 100 of 436 of The Spy, by Clive Cussler
I will reject any & all adaptations of Clive Cussler's novels that DON'T star in the role of "Dirk Pitt." And that's that.
it's been done before. Clive cussler and his son wrote a few books together
Wow! How many compliments can you squeeze into one review? Tom Clancy, Clive Cussler, AND Lee Child?
In Clive Cussler's 1991 book, his hero slapped a women he just met on a beach 'for her own good'.
On page 43 of 436 of The Spy, by Clive Cussler
some of my favorite fiction authors include Clive Cussler, Robert Ludlum, Dan Brown, Vince Flynn, Michael Palmer..
On page 26 of 436 of The Spy, by Clive Cussler
On page 285 of 400 of O Inferno Nos Açores, by Clive Cussler
yhh 'better safe than sorry'. 1 of ma best quotes.Got it frm reading 'The Wrecker' by Clive Cussler. I luv it!
Yeah, Wilbur Smith and Clive Cussler were de rigueur there for a while :o)
It's easy to point the finger at Amazon, but when I look at my industry's fall fiction schedule and see things like this, a part of me feels like book publishers have mostly themselves to blame for people not buying their books: The latest Danielle Steel, Nora Roberts, Richard Paul Evans, Anne Rice, Maeve Binchy, and Clive Cussler: ALL releasing on October 28 The latest Catherine Coulter, Iris Johansen, Heather Graham, Garth Stein, and Lena Dunham: ALL releasing on October 30 The latest Stephen King, James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell, Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child: ALL releasing on November 11 The latest David Baldacci, James Patterson, Janet Evanovich, and Mary Higgins Clark: ALL releasing on November 18 It's hard for me to see book publishers as "victims" when they seem to spend so much time cannibalizing each other. Here's an idea: If you don't want Amazon to give away your books, how about not bombing consumers with a half-dozen $30 books on the same freaking day?
Clive cussler is good for that...do you like crime/mystery?
I was looking for somethjng sciencey but they didn't have anything. But someone recommended Clive Cussler so I got one for 50c.
Photo: new books to read! THE CHASE by Clive Cussler and BROKEN PREY by John Sandford…..
5 of 5 stars to The Mayan Secrets by Clive Cussler
it's an action movie based on a book by Clive Cussler :)
Believe that was the inspiration for "Vixen 03" by Clive Cussler.
New ebook: The dazzling new novel in the New York Times bestselling series from the grand master of adventure… Zero Hour by Clive Cussler
Check out Corsair 6 by Jack Du Brul and Clive Cussler (2010, Paperback) Good Reading! via
Barnes&Noble is having a sale on new Clive Cussler hardbacks!!! They're $7 instead of $27 hurry hurry
On page 40 of 432 of Serpente, by Clive Cussler
Life is about finding your place in all of this madness. Some of us find it easily; others it's more complicated. Clive Cussler, Zero Hour
"A jolly good read, in the vein of Clive Cussler". THE CATHARI TREASURE. ☛ RT
... Finally! Books by Clive Cussler, Beatrix Potter, Roddy Doyle, and 217 other new titles this week!
True. I tell myself I didn't read a Clive Cussler book (my icon) till his 14th book, so my biggest fan may not
The Tower series and Dragonriders of Pern series, both by Anne McCaffrey. Also like Clive Cussler but higher reading level.
Reading "The Chase" by Clive Cussler. Not to be confused with "The Chase" by Janet Evonovich. Both fantastic books!
2 of 5 stars to Ghost Ship by Clive Cussler
Who buys books after seeing newspaper ads, asks Michael Carlisle. "Clive Cussler is still alive?"
((Finally, a use for all those leftover Clive Cussler paperbacks and Stephen King hardcovers.))
On page 350 of 470 of The Wrecker, by Clive Cussler
On page 400 of 448 of Ghost Ship, by Clive Cussler
Tom Clancy, Clive Cussler, definitely not Stephanie Meyer.(DUH!) Also, does fan fiction count?
I've read most of the classics and I liked the Dirk Pitt series by Clive Cussler! It's not as well-known but I loved them :3
Thanks! Oregon Files with Clive Cussler is up next.
I love & read all Clive Cussler series, JD Robb, all John Sanford series, CS Harris St Cyr books, all the classics ...
On page 222 of 448 of Ghost Ship, by Clive Cussler
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A 13 year old boy just walked in with a heavy stack of Clive Cussler novels. I can only assume he's in training to be my grandfather.
Just finished another book. 'The Striker' by Clive Cussler. A standard offering from him. Good enough.
Started reading a terrible Clive Cussler sci-fi thriller. Awful writing but it helps me fall asleep.
oh man, my aunt read those Clive Cussler novels like candy, even as a kid I rolled my eyes at "Dirk Pitt" being someone's name
Check it out! Clive Cussler's "Ghost Ship" just arrived in the Popular Reading area.
5 of 5 stars to Corsair by Clive Cussler
On page 220 of 448 of Ghost Ship, by Clive Cussler
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Clive Cussler on LAIR OF THE FOX: “The pace, the tension, the sheer intrigue are spellbinding!" . Today 99¢
How about Clive Cussler's amputee Captain of the Oregon, Juan Cabrillo. My favourite character in fiction.
New Books: Skin Game by Jim Butcher, Ghost Ship by Clive Cussler, The Hurricane Sisters by Dorothea Benton Frank, Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King, Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. Young Adult: Doll Bones by Holly Black and Underneath by Kathi Appelt.
Any Clive Cussler freaks out there besides me?
Ive got several books for sale all Hardbacks $2 each & Paperback books for $1. Clive Cussler books,2 Louis Lamour paperbacks,Mary Higgins Clark Hardbacks,Star Trek Hardbacks & 7 paperbacks.Message me here or call meask for Tim
Lots of books for sale star trek, Mary Higgins Clark, Clive Cussler, and a couple westerns
finished Ghost Ship (The NUMA Files) by Clive Cussler and Graham Brown and gave it 4 stars
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Survival -=- what would you do if your fuel wasn't delivered? Survival skills teacher Jim Miller has some ideas to share tonight at 7 p.m. as part of our science discussion series. Our topic today is SURVIVAL and we're also looking at Clive Cussler's Arctic Drift, which focuses on a shipwreck with the key to a mystery, and concerns about climate change. Join us for an interesting discussion.
got ready for my summer reading by buying 6 new books yesterday .. the new Stephen King MR, MERCEDES , the new Clive Cussler , GHOST SHIP . . the new Ridley Pearson THE RED ROOM , 2 Janet Evanovich # 20 & # 21 .. and the new Lee Child .. A WANTED MAN .. should keep me busy for a few weeks reading while sitting in the sun ..
Have spent the last 3 days engrossed in reading Ghost Ship by Clive Cussler. An absolute rip roarer of a book!!
Ann and Mary Eckhoff visited the Clive Cussler Auto Museum in Arvada, CO. Neil and I were engaged at Neil's work at the time (we had been there previously). There is one photo about the National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA) - a cause supported by Clive Cussler.
No idea. Tried reading Origin of the Species, but it's too boring, so I read a Clive Cussler novel instead.
Wednesday, June 18th -- Does everyone know how to "tag?" I'd say quite a few of you do given the number of comments on the photo of POWER PLAY. Putnam's doing the drawing on Friday and then I'll post the 5 winners along with the names of the 5 converted friends. Looks like you guys are gathering lots of deprived friends into the FBI fold. Thank you and good luck. I'd like to hear how you captured the uninitiated, like, did you lasso them from the back of a truck? Did you do a cool tackle and not let them up until they swore they'd leap right into the FBI books? Please tell me you didn't have to use extreme measures with any of your prospects -- The gallies for THE LOST KEY are due in this morning, which means my nose will be plastered to five hundred something pages for the rest of the week -- I haven't seen the book in a couple of months, which is good, because, hopefully, my brain will be fresh. The key is always to read very very closely, catch all the gremlins that get in the pages to cause trouble. A ...
Clive Cussler, Historians, The Art of War — That's what you read?
“When I write 'The End' it's like being paroled from prison.” ~Clive Cussler
AUDIOBOOKS::: " MIRAGE " by 'Clive Cussler'. This is a 10 disc audiobook from the series ' the Oregon Files'. The Oregon is an old rust-bucket hauling ship, on the outside. On the inner secret parts of the ship it is a high speed, weapon toting, lavish ship that serves the team of Juan & Max & their highly paid, highly skilled, highly intelligent crew to any adventure or mercenary mission they hire out to. Often serving our government, but always fighting the 'bad guys'. This series is always high action throughout the book. In this book you will find often hard to believe that Juan gets out of some of the tight spots he's in...but he always does even with the extreme situations the crew from the Oregon finds themselves in. I find them entertaining. Well written as usual by Cussler. The reader is again, one of my very favorites: 'Scott Brick'. A rich deep voice, he's very fitting for this series. Even though I would consider Cussler's books 'manly' adventures...I suggest them for women as well. This is .. ...
Finished reading Clive Cussler's "NUMA Files" spin-off series book "Ghost Ship, A Kurt Austin adventure." A very edgy book, with some rather interesting surprises. A mysterious real-life shipwreck is featured as part of the story, as well as the normal crazy constant, hold-on-tight type of adventures that readers of this series have come to expect. I've already started another Clive Cussler spinoff book "...from the Oregon Files." This one is titled "Mirage" and from what I've seen so far, there is mention of Tesla, and what I'm suspecting to be the mysterious "Philadelphia Experiment." We shall see!
Kiddo was mouthy so xbox was taken. Told him to read a book. He's happily on the couch on page 200 already of the next Clive Cussler Dirk Pitt novel... Mommy is very happy too!
I think I'll try out a Clive Cussler novel.
My Clive Cussler collection! Sadly many of them have been loaned out and never returned! :( However I also have quite a number on my Kindle!
Clive cussler books $10.00 for all. I'm organizing my bookshelf and these are all my duplicates!
I got to thinking today, just how messed up society is. Just looking at the library, I can put into a search any popular fiction writer and I will be able to order almost anything, since the library has it, but if I search for Josephus, Ptolemy, Plutarch, Demosthenes, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Pelagius, St. John Chrysostem, Lycurgus, Herodotus, Diodorus Siculus, Dionysius the Areopagite, Philolaus, Desiderius Erasmus, Archimedes, Angelus Politianus, or Apollodorus, Just to name a few, and the library has next to nothing or nothing, likely hood is they will have an author writing about their life that doesn't quote or show any of their writings, I want to read their writings. What I am looking for is real education. John Saul, Dean Koontz, Steven King, J.D. Robb, Kathy Reichs, Patricia Cornwall, Tom Clancy, Toni Hillerman, John McDonald, Robert Ludlum, Eric Von Lustbader, Tammy Hoag, the Kellermans, Clive Cussler, Nora Roberts, etc... these are not educational. Even our educational system is broken, at least ...
3% through Ghost Ship (The NUMA Files) by Cussler, Clive; Brown, Graham on Kindle for Android!
I know I said I was off.. But I just had to share that my grandpa- who was my hero and still is my reason for being who I am- and I used to share a love of reading together. He got me into reading with a man named Clive Cussler. My husband now reads him too. Some of my all time favorite books are his. And he has decided to donate autographed books to the HFCB auction! I am crying because this means so much to me. I have had some people who are minor in their world reject due to "lack of time I donate one picture or book" but Clive, who has to be 70 or 80 years old, and is huge (like Stephen King huge in his writing areas- his books are movies -Sahara-) still has time to help out our troops. I really wanna call out this photographer for his less than kind response but I won't because I have Clive and my grandpa memories all today. It is so amazing. By the way- all authors seem to be amazing. They all donate or do something kind. Way I go writers! You all rock!!
New York Times Bestsellers June 15, 2014 Fiction: 1 SKIN GAME, by Jim Butcher. (Roc.) The Chicago wizard Harry Dresden is forced to help an enemy break into a high-security vault; the 15th Dresden Files novel. SSCL OWNS 2 UNLUCKY 13, by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. (Little, Brown.) With the return of a killer who was presumed dead, the San Francisco detective Lindsay Boxer and the Women’s Murder Club take action. SSCL OWNS 3 AIR BOUND, by Christine Feehan. (Jove.) Kidnapped and held aboard a ship, Airiana must rely on Maxim, one of the feared Prakenskii brothers. SSCL OWNS 4 GHOST SHIP, by Clive Cussler and Graham Brown. (Putnam.) Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala and the rest of the NUMA crew investigate a sinister organization responsible for vanishing scientists, suspicious accidents and a human trafficking ring. SSCL OWNS 5 THE GOLDFINCH, by Donna Tartt. (Little, Brown.) A painting smuggled out of the Metropolitan Museum of Art after a bombing becomes a boy’s prize, guilt and burden. SSCL OWNS 6 FIELD ...
Finished "the tombs" by Clive Cussler. Another 5/5! this one will be a movie. it has all the elements.
kismet-- just read the word doughnut in old Clive Cussler book I'm reading.
To all Harrisonians, I grew up in Harrison (Graduated from HHS in 1979) - and I could really use some hometown support. My first two novels, Sudden Death & Dead Ball, take place throughout the area - you’ll recognize many local scenes at; Walters, Westchester Country Club, The Cobblestone, and many more. My third novel, Gold Medal Threat, is a mystery for kids (8-15) and was finalist in the International Book Awards - YA Fiction category. (HHS retired teacher, Sherman Taishoff is named in this book.) My latest release, The Fix, was co-authored by NBC Sports/Golf Channel/ Olympic Host, Ryan Burr, and is receiving great reviews. It was also a finalist in the International Book Awards - General Fiction category. (A character in this book, Coach Belmont, is named after Harrison’s Mayor / Supervisor) The books are endorsed by NY Times Bestsellers; James Patterson, Clive Cussler, Andrew Gross, John Feinstein, John Lescroart, Wendy Corsi Staub, & Tim Green. They all make great Father’s Day gifts and Gold M ...
This is a great museum owned by the author Clive Cussler in Arvada, Colorado. Fun to see the cars he writes about.
Newton Public Library has the following new audiobooks - "The Cursed" by Heather Graham, "The Skin Collector" by Jeffrey Deaver, "Ghost Ship" by Clive Cussler, & "Unlucky 13" by James Patterson.
Taking a break from exam review to fill in my bio. As long as I don't fail all of my exams, I'll be seeing everyone in September. Name: Golden (preferred) Ying Hometown: Warabi (Tokyo), Japan/ Shanghai, China/ Toronto, Canada (I have no idea which one is correct) High School: North Toronto Collegiate Institute Age: 18 in September Program: Architecture Conservation and Sustainability Engineering (hopefully structural stream) Favourite Music: Anything except classical or Jazz Favourite Movies: Harry Potter series Favourite TV shows: Prison Break Favourite Books: Harry Potter series, Clive Cussler novels, Robinson Crusoe Favourite Food: Everything Favourite Sports: Tennis, Badminton, Archery Do you party? Haven't been to one yet Do you drink? Not yet Do you smoke? No Religion: None Ever had a roommate? In a dorm, no. Do you mind having people in your room? As long as it's not a stranger. Night owl or early bird? Night owl What time do you go to bed on weeknight/weekends? 12-1 What time do you wake up on wee ...
I'll let everyone know when there is a title and release date for the next Oregon Files book, co-written by Clive Cussler…
finished Raise the Titanic by Clive Cussler and gave it 5 stars
New titles just arrived. A Change of Plane - Roberts, Nora The Mystery of the SS Southern Cross -0 Rogers, Tim B. Keep Quite - Scottoline, Lisa Ghost Ship - Cussler, Clive Cussler Unlucky 13 - Patterson, James. We also have a wide range of magazines such as: First, Time ,Prevention, Canadian Living etc.. Drop on in and grab a good book or magazine.
Own Clive Cussler series for P450 only + we're giving away discounts & Samtoy freebies!. Rainy Day…
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Clive Cussler fell off in my opinion as an author
Finally reading the Clive Cussler book I got at a used book sale. So far, it's really, really bad. I assume it's written by a pod person.
I'm excited to finally share what I've been working on for the past year. I've been co-writing the next Oregon Files book with Clive Cussler! The title and release date haven't been announced yet, but it's been a thrill and an honor to write with the author who first got me hooked on adventure novels. Get ready for a seriously action-packed story!
The New Clive Cussler Novel is how Al Gore Started Global Warming with a Man Made Volcano! How did he do it?.
For too hot summer afternoons, come by and check out New Arrivals from the Ash Flat Library to read: Missing You by Harlan Coben; Power Play by Danielle Steel; NYPD Red 2 by James Patterson; The Bootlegger by Clive Cussler; The Chase by Janet Evanovich; Stone Cold by C. J. Box; Be Careful What You Wish For by Jeffrey Archer; and Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson.
I bought my dad two of the last 3 Clive Cussler Books to come out He loves that author & I think they are good adventure books
The Walton County Library system just received a huge order of NEW BOOKS. Here are just a few titles: The all-girl filling station's last reunion by Fannie Flagg, Be careful what you wish for by Jeffrey Archer, Black Horizon by James Grippando, The bootlegger by Clive Cussler, Carnal curiosity by Stuart Woods, The Chance by Robyn Carr, The Chase by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg, Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy, Death come quickly by Susan Wittig Albert, Everybody's got something by Robin Roberts, Keep quiet by Lisa Scottoline, Walking on water by Richard Paul Evnas, The kill switch by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood, The Lincoln myth by Steve Berry, Live to see tomorrow by Iris Johansen, and too many more to list! To see newest additions to the catalog, go to the Walton County Library's website at click on "search the catalog", then click on the green "new items" tab. From the "received since" pull-down menu select "this month" then hit search. From the website you can place a hold on the title you w ...
It's the same story the crow told me,it's the only one he knows. another long night but a least I have Xbox music with every song I need to get through these nights. Reading a Clive Cussler novel Trojan Odyssey a Dirk Pitt story good stuff. Love how he uses such accurate details of real places,history,and science to convey an immersive(diving pun) and believable work of fiction. "The reason fiction always sounds better than fact is ;fiction must be believable." Mark Twain
What are you reading?. Dirk Pitt catches Fabien Cousteau about delve into another Clive Cussler adventure!
I've read just about all of King's novels. All of John Grisham's. Most of Koontz, some of Clancy and Clive Cussler and Crichton.
These are some new Adult Fiction titles which have been added to the shelves today. Why not come in to grab a couple for the weekend? "The X-Files: Ruins" by Kevin J. Anderson "The Bricklayer" by Noah Boyd "Shadows of Steel" by Dale Brown "Warrior Class" by Dale Brown "Fat Tuesday" by Sandra Brown "The Drop" by Michael Connelly "Terminal" by Robin Cook "The Red Horseman" by Stephen Coonts "Hong Kong" by Stephen Coonts "The Wrecker" by Clive Cussler "XO" by Jefferey Deaver "Strange Highways" by Dean Koontz "Get Shorty" by Elmore Leonard "Pursuit Into Darkness" by Daniel *** "Black Alley" by Mickey Spillane "Playing With Cobras" by Craig Thomas "The Golden Orange" by Joseph Wambaugh "Hollywood Hills" by Joseph Wambaugh Have a great weekend. :)
Great day for reading, into my new book "Ghost Ship" by Clive Cussler, I love his Numa files series.
Book Review: Have you read "Skeleton Coast” by Clive Cussler? It is the 4th in the Oregon Files ser
Sad to say it, but "Poseidon's Arrow" by Clive Cussler had to be Dirk Pitt's worst outing yet
"Good along the lines of Clive Cussler and James Rollins." ~ 'THE BONES OF ODIN' ...
We're back with another shipment of books. The following are just some of the paperbacks that came in: Stephen King's It; Janet Evanovich's Smokin' Seventeen; Terry Brooks's The Scion of Shannara; Clive Cussler's Poeidon's Arrow; Oliver Bowden's Black Flag (Assasin's Creed); and James Patterson's 11th Hour. Will post more as I get through them. See you at the bookstore!
Just finished Clive Cussler and David Baldacci's newest releases. Great reads for relaxing and entertainment. Looking forward to the new ones from Brad Thor, Daniel Silva and James Rollins.
Sinking to my world , left side be Kurt Austin in Devil's Gate (Clive Cussler), right side be Jason…
It was like a very self-serious version of Hudson Hawk, as co-authored by Clive Cussler and Dan Brown.
Had an overdose of reality in recent months. To strike a balance, I will take flight into a Clive Cussler adventure for the next few days. Fantasy: I'm convinced its God's gift for coping in a nad, crazy world. So Cussler, here we go!
Large amount of books for sale - Dan Brown / Clive Cussler / Andy Mcdermott on Gumtree. Full set of Dan Brown books (all paperback except the latest 2) £8 Full set of Andy McDermott boo
Our new Author of the Week feature kicks off with Clive Cussler. Get a great bargain for Father's Day!
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Clive Cussler and Justin Scott fans clamor over release of limited editions of THE BOOTLEGGER!
The writer in me wants to know what are you reading? I am reading The Striker by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott.
Sitting outside on the carport. Enjoying g the weather. Watching the dogs play in the yard. Reading Clive Cussler.
Even at my age I glanced at the Eurovision but mostly was deeply immersed in a Clive Cussler novel!. Joe seek a cure from Cannon for your ailment. He is cheaper too!
I often think about what appeals to me as a collector be it of art, rare coins, or books. To me anything i acquire has to speak to me in some way, be it a painting, gun or coin. I never think of my collection in terms of monetary value, in reality monetary value is meaningless to me. I don't see anything as an "investment" in all honesty. Everything I own or admire speaks directly to my heart. That being said, when i like something, if I can afford it I buy it. I can be as fascinated with a piece of costume jewelry that i acquired at a garage sale or online auction for 2 dollars as I would be if i would be able to afford a faberge egg. My collection of literally everything is a crazy mix of nick naks, ranging from street sketches i bought on arbat street in moscow, to two original oil paintings by my good friend Paul Mckay. every piece of art i have has a story, that is what makes being a collector so much fun. You dont have to be rich to buy what you like, if it speaks to you go for it, you will ...
4 of 5 stars to The Race by Clive Cussler
I am quickly catching up on my Clive Cussler backlog. I have started Mirage (From the Oregan Files) with "Chairman" (so-called by his Oregan shipmates/colleagues) Juan Cabrillo. His adventures would make great movies. I have"travelled" with him into a prison deep in Siberia and an daring escape thereafter. Unfortunately some things go wrong and he now finds himself in Uzbhekistan. Well that's how far I am.will let you know when I am done. :)
Anyone notice how all Clive Cussler novels have the same plot, same characters, just different location, or sometimes even the same location???
I actually enjoyed Angels & Demons - in the best tradition of Clive Cussler. DVC was a sad comedown.
I am a big fan of the NUMA books by Clive Cussler. The initial books starred Dirk Pitt, one...
you should read some Clive Cussler Oregon files books, talk about some good action books!!
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On page 133 of 560 of Flood Tide, by Clive Cussler
Yesterday, I received one of the best reader reviews of Blood Tides so far. The person said that they enjoy Clive Cussler type novels, and mine is right up there with the best of them for action and plot development. They're only halfway through too, so the best action and plot twists are yet to come... I may not have thousands of fans, but it's still rewarding to have at least a few good ones.
RECIPE: I read most of the Clive Cussler books. The one I'm on now is sort of biographical. In it he mentions his favorite sandwich. Try it and tell me if you like it. If so, I'll try one. Mayo, peanut butter, dill pickle on whole wheat bread.
Serpent: A Novel from the NUMA Files by Clive Cussler downloads torrent
Lot of novels approx 30-40 books mostly paperbacks but a few hardcovers too, majority is Terry Brooks, and a few random ones dean ing, Clive cussler and a couple others, want to sell as a lot and need gone ASAP! BEST OFFER TAKE THE LOT!
Lot of approx. 30-40 books, mainly Terry Brooks, but also a few dean ing and a few clive cussler, majority are paperbacks but there are some hardcover as well, want them gone ASAP! Want them to sell as a lot BEST OFFER TAKES THE ENTIRE LOT!
Beautiful day, still in bed (not by choice) but at least armed with GREAT coffee and the latest Clive Cussler...
finished The Bootlegger (An Isaac Bell Adventure) by Clive Cussler et al. and gave it 3 stars
A warm fuzzy bed, glass of sweet tea and a. Clive Cussler book. I know how to have fun on a Saturday night. Oh yea, and syfy in the backround. I'm just outta control.
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I'm sitting in my basketball court reading a Clive Cussler book and I saw my first gaggle of geese in V formation flying north
My internet connection is so slow, it makes be want to read a book.just got one of the few Clive Cussler books that I have not read...Lost City.gonna take a break.bbl...have a great day!!!
29 Paperback thriller, mystery novels. Written by different arthors such as Clive Cussler, Dean Koontz, Tami Hogg and many more.all for $20 text if interested
Our Pushing the Limits Program starts today at 11:00 a.m. We will be discussing "Arctic Drift" by Clive Cussler.
New books arrived today: Dennis Lehane "A Drink Before The War" and "Sacred". Clive Cussler " The Bootlegger" and Tess Gerritsen "Girl Missing". We also have an ongoing book sale and free books to take home. Happy Spring weather
Blast.was listening to a book on CD on the way up here, just finished listening to disc 3 (of 5), and have noticed the other two slipped out of the case somewhere. I hope at least maybe they're under the car seat because I haven't found them anywhere else in the house so far. Just when things were really getting good...!!! Arctic Drift by Clive Cussler
Listening to Whitney Houston music as I read Clive Cussler novel
I believe the organization we need is NUMA (see Clive Cussler novels for details ;) )
Been burying myself in yard work, books, music & movies. Trying to forget the hurts & wrongs upon friends & others lately. Then I realized, I would be the Star Trek Red Shirts or the innocents in Clive Cussler's books that would be hurt or killed. Also looking at history, more than a few scary moments there. "Nothing new under the sun." Just take each day as it comes & rejoice in the good & beauty that is out there.
Book 14 of 2014 .. Having a break from Clive Cussler
It's like a really good Clive Cussler novel... but it's real!!
I like to think that if Clive Cussler was a hip hop artist he would use the line:. "I'm a Cussler baby, I just want you…
On page 181 of 544 of Fire Ice, by Clive Cussler
On page 312 of 470 of The Wrecker, by Clive Cussler
Hmm maybe but I just don't understand with writers like Clive Cussler JG Ballard and William Shakespeare to just quote 3 of my favs
I have a Clive Cussler problem. He puts books out to fast for other authors to get their fair share of read time.
how is it false? Eleanor Catton clearly doesn't write like Clive Cussler
Clive Cussler! Haven't seen that name for years. My dad had a never ending rotation of Cussler's on his bedside table.
Hello everyone! So. Authors who have influenced my writing: John Steinbeck, Pearl S. Buck, Clive Cussler, Tom Clancy, Leo Tolstoy, and to a much lesser extent, Stephen Crane.
Is anyone selling books by Clive Cussler, Tom Clancy, or W.E.B. Griffin?
SAHARA : Sahara, a 2005 action–comedy adventure film directed by Breck Eisner, is based on the best-selling book of the same name by Clive Cussler. It stars Matthew McConaughey, Steve Zahn and Penélope Cruz Master explorer and former US Air Force Major Dirk Pitt and his wisecracking buddy Al Giordino goes on the adventure of a lifetime of seeking out a lost Civil War ironclad battleship known as the "Ship of Death" that protects a secret cargo is lost somewhere in the deserts of West Africa. But while the two cross paths with a beautiful and brilliant U.N. scientist Dr. Eva Rojas who is being hounded by a ruthless dictator. She believes that the hidden treasure may be connected to a larger problem that threatens the world around them. Hunting for a ship that no one else thinks exists, Dirk, Al, and Eva must rely on their wits and their daring heroics to outsmart dangerous warlords, survive the threatening terrain, and get to the bottom of both mysteries.
I found "Under the Dome" TV series was created by my favorite author Clive Cussler. I watch resale shops to afford his books-have 29!
Hey, I'm looking for a book recommendation. Is this Clive Cussler any good?
Six, Clive Cussler audio books on Cd. $12 for the lot. Located in Rouzerville (Waynesboro)
There's the cutest, most fierce'est doggie named Snowball here in the waiting room. Her dad is reading Clive Cussler.
Getting back into Clive Cussler and loving it.
CL and I both like to read Clive Cussler's books.
Just ordered today, new books by James Patterson, Clive Cussler, Charlaine Harris and Jim Butcher, plus many more.
Selling loads of English books Clive Cussler, Seymour, coonts , Follett and many more... Pm me for a list of authors/titles All 25/30nis each
Books!! Large collection of James Patterson, Clive Cussler. 1.50$ each Collection of young reader books and teen books. 1.00$ each.
Clive Cussler is one of the best story tellers ever. His books never disappoint.
In 1950 NW2501 went down in Lake Michigan with 55 passengers and three crew. The airplane was on radar, only 18 miles from the shoreline. To this day, it has never been found. Clive Cussler, the author, funds an annual search for the missing airplane in the lake with underwater gear. No CVR/FDR, No pinger. So maybe we will never find MH370.
still waiting to hear from Clive Cussler
you look like you belong in a Clive Cussler novel. this is not a bad thing.
Suggested read for everyone. Killing Kennedy its great thus far. Clive Cussler's The Bootlegger is ok as well.
Reading my first ever Clive Cussler book in bed! It's one way to end a hard day' s writing!
I'm giving a Clive Cussler novel about prohibition era a read. It's been a while since I've turned pages in one of his works.
From a recent interview: What is your e-reading device of choice? I started with one of the original Kindles back in 2010 and still enjoy it today for the closest to a book feeling. However, most of my reading these days is on iPad Mini using the Kindle app. What’s the story behind your latest book? I’m writing two books concurrently: 1. A full length sequel to The Owner, set 3 months following Albert’s showdown with Karl Remons. This time around, he is under attack and the aggressor is more devious than Karl Remons. Albert must return to San Francisco to help save his friends from a difficult situation. 2. A second prequel to The Owner. This book covers the six months leading up to the first day of summer 2013. It includes a storyline about Albert’s shakedown trials of Teleport, as well as the high suspense preparation challenges for his arrival in San Francisco. Of course, he gets into trouble with another unexpected problem, when he sees a bully problem in Seattle. Finally, I’m framing out th ...
THE EYE OF HEAVEN by & Clive Cussler "One of the crown jewels in the Cussler empire.” - Publishers Weekly
Clive Cussler's newest book is on communists taking over bootlegging. The 25ACP comes up as a clue in the storyline.
James Rollins - Brilliant writer with gripping thrillers. Sigma series is awesome. Larger than life somewhat but better than Clive Cussler in personal opinion.
was the script written by Clive Cussler?
So, I'm looking for a new book series to read on my Kindle. Any suggestions: I have read everything by JA Jance, Clive Cussler and JD Robb. Have read all 21 of Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum series. Prefer well written suspense.
MORLEY LIBRARY BOOK SALE The annual Morley Library Book Sale held each year during Morley Garage Sale Days will be held this year at the Morley Library on Friday, May 9 from 4PM to 6PM and on Saturday, May 10 from 8 AM to 3PM, sponsored by the Morley Library Association, Inc. The Book Sale will feature a large selection of like-new hardcover best sellers by authors like James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell, John Sanford and Clive Cussler. Romance, westerns, science fiction and fantasy, mysteries in both hardcover and paperback, reference books, cook books, how-to, biographies, history, travel, crafts, gardening, quilting and other non-fiction books will all be sold at bargain prices ranging from $.25 to $1. A variety of magazines along with audio and video tapes, CD’s, and DVD’s as well as many children’s and young adult books are included in the offerings of this sale. Like all area libraries, the Morley Library has a very limited book budget and Book Sale proceeds will supplement that budget.
Home sick today. Sore throat, headache and a tad feverish. Spending the day in bed reading Clive Cussler
Ben Browns Novel "The Lingering" is excellent, I read it in 2 sittings(That Hooked) Its like Clive Cussler meets The Walking dead
It isn't any of those but have you tried the Dirk Pitt series by Clive Cussler? Thriller with a touch of historical fiction.
Books, Books Books for Sale: I will have a list of authors if you have any title of books that I can look for let me know and I will search if I can find. Clive Cussler,Jeffery Deaver,Len Deighton, Robin Cook, Harold Coyle, Ken Follett, Frederick Forsyth,David Baldacci, Tony Hillerman, Harry Turtledove, Stephan Coonts, Richard North Patterson, Robert Ludlum... Over there 3000 books.
Book: The Bootlegger by: Clive Cussler!. When his boss is nearly killed while chasing a rum-running vessel at the...
THE EYE OF HEAVEN by and Clive Cussler is already a Pre-order a copy now!
Blind Date with a Book - Review by Clive Cussler It was a good read. Funny that I chose this book since the movie is a favorite.
The Bootlegger is the seventh of Clive Cussler's bestselling Isaac Bell novels.It is 1920. Prohibition and bootlegging are in full swing. When Joseph Van Dorn is shot and nearly killed while in pursuit of a rum-running vessel, his friend and employee, Isaac Bell, swears to him that he will hunt d...
advance praise for Open Road Summer: "honey, this is better than Clive Cussler. i didn't know what was going to happen!" - emery lord's dad
Collection of 8 hardback books by various authors. 1) State of Fear - by Micheal Crichton 2) Crown of Stars - by Kate Elliott 3) Polar Shift - by Clive Cussler 4) Predator - by Patricia Cornwell 5) The Grave Tattoo - by Val McDermid 6) Promise Me - by Harlen Corben 7) Knees Up Mother Earth - by Robert Rankin 8) False Impression - by Jeffrey Archer £15 for the lot, collect from BB2 NAME THIS PLACE THAT IS IN BLACKBURN
Nothing to see here; just ranking on Amazon's author rankings, right behind Clive Cussler and Dan Brown!
I've heard of Clive Cussler but not the other two! Thxs! 😄 If you think of anything (c)
.add some guns and you have the plot to a Tom Clancy novel. Or, add a Mary Sue and you have Clive Cussler novel
Clive Cussler has some great books to read bc they're action packed
wow, have really gotten into reading "clive Cussler novels, just finished reading , valehalla rising , devils gate , treasure of kahn and the tombs , and bought 4 more from the thrift store,, need to get busy and stop reading lol like that's going to happen ,,, Enjoyed all that he has written so far, now to get busy getting the garden ready , maybe I can read while I dig ??
Like Ken Follett,Dan Brown,Clive Cussler action with some Indiana Jones thrown in? Buy The Guardian of Genghis...
Far be it from me to argue with a curious woman... - Clive Cussler
I hunger passionately for the written word, escaping to worlds left to my imagination, becoming challenging characters participating in unbelievable situations and locations. My eyes pause on favorite authors: James Michener, Robin Cook's medical mysteries/exposes, Tom Clancy's political drama, Clive Cussler's dashing heroic adventures featuring "Dirk Pitt", Michael Crichton's (Jurassic Park) beyond imagination thrillers. I pray to write as they do - thrills and exciting adventures without requiring sexual encounters to capture the readers. Imagine their exquisite dramas with a God inspired viewpoint . . . I am currently imbibing an insanely wonderful book by Lynne Truss: “Eats, Shoots & Leaves.” This author is a grammar cruncher to the nth degree. She is British with a dry droll wit. With the “King’s English” she celebrates apostrophes, commas, quote marks and other troublesome tidbits. This book is so worth examining. I personally suffer at managing hyphens, forgetting the self- rule. Devour . ...
This is pretty cool. My co-authored novel w/ Clive Cussler is available for pre-order & is selling big!
Action thriller eBooks in the mould of SAHARA, BOURNE series and authors like Fredrick Forsyth, Clive Cussler et al..
Is reading one of Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt novels - Black Wind.
If you love James Bond, you will also love dark and handsome Dirk Pitt. I have 12 of the adventure-packed paperbacks by the best-selling author Clive Cussler for sale. 50p each, or all 12 for a bargain £4. In used, but reasonable condition. Please inbox me if interested, or for titles. Ashton WN4
and when I adopted him, I was reading a lot of Clive Cussler. The main character's name is Dirk Pitt. Ever seen "Sahara"?
Clive Cussler, Atlantis Found. One of Dirk Pitt novels is the best love story EVER
THE BOOTLEGGER by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott is on the NYT Best Sellers List for Combined Print & E-Book Fiction
Finished Nelson DeMille's "The Quest" last night. What an interesting author. My book review in four words -- DeMille schools Clive Cussler. If you don't read it, there's a good chance you'll watch it sometime in the future. It'll make a great screenplay/movie
I am now back on the market stall after a week away in Sunny North Yorkshire. Vinyl news: I have recently bought several job lots of records. Included within these are several beatles originals (including Please Please me Lp, help, revolver, yellow submarine and several Sergeant pepper copies). I have also acquired a vinyl edition of The Wall LP and a cellophane wrapped edition of wish you were here LP. I have plenty of Bowie (the man of the moment) (including original issues of Hunky Dory, Aladdin Sane and Pin Ups. I also have a large collection of early 80's picture discs (7" and LP formats) which will be on the store very soon (including Blondie and Madoona collectibles). DVD news I have an extensive collection of DVD's currently. Included are box sets of Lost (series 2,3 and 4), Ugly Betty (series 1-3) and a Shaun the Sheep box set. Books As always there is a wide collection of popular and contemporary fiction (including hardbacks by Stephen King, Clive Cussler, *** Francis and Patricia Cornwell). ...
Anyone interested in clive cussler books? :-)
This auction is for all SEVEN of these great CLIVE CUSSLER books together.
it's the newest Clive Cussler novel :)
In no kind of order and a little sloppy Author Series Lilian Jackson Braun "The Cat Who. Slow paced mysteries I like these John Grisham Well told lawyer adventures Best Story teller going George RR Martin Game of Thrones Fantasy, more a women's story Still good. Jeffery Deaver Lincoln Rhyme Best mysteries When you are half way through and you think you know, you are wrong Robin Cook Medical mysteries Good but they begin to be too much alike after a few. John Sandford Davenport stories Best Police adventures Very good Bernard Cornwell Richard Sharpe Historic novels, more of a man's stories Several good series Craig Johnson Longmier Police set in modern west good Harry Sidebottom Warrior of Rome Historic novels set in 2nd century Rome good Steven Saylor Roman Mysteries Historic novels set in 1st century BC Rome good enough Patrick O'Brian Aubrey-Maturin Historic novels set in Napolonic Wars at sea good but often slow(just like being at sea) Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum Bounty Hunter with Humor very ...
Loose Caboose March 1. Large selection of books. Have series of many authors as Vince Flynn, Clive Cussler, Nora Roberts Tax free day. All Christmas books on sale.
Ain't it grand to be a Christian, ain't it grand? Just saying. :-) — listening to Clive Cussler
Listen, I don't usually make rash vows like this, but if we win against the States I will read a Clive Cussler novel.
Buried Threads equals Clive Cussler plus Danielle Steel book with the erotic energy of Shayla Black
Dear Clive Cussler, your books are just to good a read. I started The Kingdom at 730 tonight and I just finished the last page. It only took me 5 hours to read your wonderful book when I should have been sleeping instead. In my opinion it was time certainly well spent!
I’ve been a HUGE fan of Clive Cussler novels since I first laid eyes on a paperback copy of Vixen 03 in a drugstore book rack, way back in the late 1970s. The green-shaded cover illustration sported the ghostly form of a Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter lying broken on the bottom of the sea, a column of...
If I didn't know better, I'd say I'm slowly starting to be jealous of Kelly Egans. Cussler, Valhalla Rising. A Dirk Pitt Novel#
Clive Cussler and three YA authors signings in two days. March I'm excited!
Holed up in my bedroom with my favorite author, Clive Cussler
Clive Cussler fans --- I got 12 hardback books in yesterday. Come check out this selection. Mary Kay Andrews fans --- YES, I got in a few of her books. Hurry in before these are gone! Great day to shop in downtown Tifton -- Walls of Books, 357 Main St.
13524 Penguin 29736 Fire Ice / Clive Cussler with Paul Kemprecos or , honestly , written by Paul Kemprecos with use of Cussler's name
my book Flood Tide by Clive Cussler is about WW2 sort of.
The Mayan Secrets (A Fargo Adventure) by Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry - No.14 in New York Times Combined Print an
The Dirk Pitt novels by Clive Cussler fit that genre quite well! Have a good day xx
So, when I got out of class today, there was a bunch of tables with books for sale. I look through them. There's names I'm familiar with, Jodi Picoult, Stephen King (never read either of them, but I know the names), Clive Cussler and you get the point, fairly well know fiction authors, which is what I was expecting. What did I come home with? Stephen Ambrose. :D
Finished "Flood Tide" by Clive Cussler. A fast paced adventure filled with interesting facts and very real political and geological possibilities.
Heartbreaking to think that someone in Sainsbury's promotional dept thinks a half-price Clive Cussler paperback = 'A BIG NIGHT IN'.
Here's a new book for all you Clive Cussler fans! Go back to 1920 and prohibition in The Bootlegger.
We are now buying books. Looking for the following authors: Lee Childs, Daniel Silva, Robert Crais, Jim Butcher, Tom Clancy the Jack Ryan series, Clive Cussler. This may change to how many copies we get in. More to come.
I should be like Clive Cussler, except with maple syrup instead of boats.
3 of 5 stars to Treasure Of Khan by Clive Cussler
5 of 5 stars to Poseidon's Arrow by Clive Cussler
Does anyone know who I can donate around a hundred or so paperback novels. Authors like Clive Cussler, Johnathan Kellerman, John Grisham, Lincoln and Child, James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell and others. PM me on here.
A2 Or they think there are only a few, like Clive Cussler or that serial crap. As if they dont realize the bounty of...
On page 42 of 527 of Golden Buddha, by Clive Cussler
All Joy and No Fun (NONFICTION) by Jennifer Senior Black Horizon by James Grippando Blackberry Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke Bone Deep Randy by Wayne White Bootlegger by Clive Cussler Chase by Janet Evanovich Death of a Policeman by MC Beaton Duty: Memoirs of a… (NONFICTION) by Robert Gates Exposure (JUV FICTION) by Kathy Reichs Fall of the Governor by Robert Kirkman Finisher (JUV FICTION) by David Baldacci Fire & Flood (YA FICTION) by Victoria Scott Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Greene Heavy Hitters (JUV FICTION) by Mike Lupica Kiss and Tell by Fern Michaels Monster Truck Mania (EASY) by Cynthia Lord Murder in Pigalle by Cara Black Steeped in Evil by Laura Childs Trouble in Mind by Jeffrey Deaver Uganda Be Kidding Me (NONFICTION) by Chelsea Handler Why Kings Confess by CS Harris
A large selection of Clive cussler for sale will sell as one or individually there all paper back bar the top three ( raise the titanic, vixen 03 and sacred stone ) all in good condition except the dust covers on vixen 03 and raise the titanic can post more photos if required this is advertised on other sites so it's first come first served
For sale: Large black vase Red lamp with switch and bulb Clive cussler hardback book great read Great condition scatter cushions teal/duck egg colours USB mouse in car shape and lava "style" lamp light USB also. I phone 5 silicone case perfect condition penguin style Remote control 3 channel (park zone) with dc peak charger for batteries Assorted me to you bears Set of 4 locking wheel nuts great condition Ladies boots size 7 good condition Offers welcome please all must go! from Dronfield area thanks.
Hello FB friends. I would like suggestions on a good murder mystery to read. I have just finished Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli & Isles series and loved them. I also liked the Richard Jury novels by Martha Grimes. I have read most of Clive Cussler and Butcher's the Dresdin files. Any suggestions?
Yesterday in 1864, during the Civil War, the Union ship USS Housatonic was rammed and sunk in the Charleston Harbor, SC, by the Confederate hand-cranked submarine HL Hunley, which also sank. The Hunley Sesquicentennial 150 years ago yesterday in 1864, the Hunley became the world's first successful combat submarine when she attacked and sank the USS Housatonic off the coast of Charleston. The Hunley signaled to shore she had completed the mission and was on the way home, but instead, mysteriously vanished with her crew of eight. Lost at sea for over 130 years, the Confederate vessel was finally located in 1995 by New York Times best-selling author Clive Cussler. After years of planning a recovery effort, the world watched on August 8th, 2000 as the Hunley broke the water's surface for the first time in over a century. She was brought to the Warren Lasch Conservation Center in North Charleston, South Carolina, a state-of-the-art laboratory facility designed to excavate and conserve the Hunley. The submarine ...
books I've read so far this year:- Ken Follett, Winter of the World, Third Twin, Pillars of the Earth, Hornet Flight. Clive Cussler, Medussa, Devil's Gate, The Storm, Poseidon's Arrow, and so many more... :-D
Today is not only a national holiday, but also the 150th anniversary of the sinking of the USS Housatonic by the H.L. Hunley, making it the first submarine to sink an enemy ship during wartime. The Hunley was also lost that night until 1994 when Clive Cussler discovered the submarine 2 1/2 miles offshore. It was in August of 2000 that the submarine resurfaced for the first time in 136 years, with the crew still inside. The next time you are in Charleston, please make it a point to go to the conservation lab at the old navy base where the Hunley currently sits in a tank of water until the museum can be built. In the meantime, support the "Friends of the Hunley"! —
Hi book clubbers, I hope you are all well. I have been given a load of books so before I take them to st vinnies I thought there may be some interest amongst my fellow readers. Here is the list - Cold heart by Lynda la plant Love & war by John jakes The scarecrow by Michael connelly Heaven & *** by John jakes The death chamber by Sarah rayne The guilty heart by Julie parsons Cross country by James Patterson Eager to please by Julie parsons Flood tide, Lost city, Serpent & Shock wave all by Clive cussler. The stars shine down by sidney sheldon The da vinci code by Dan Brown Blood line by Lynda la plant I will have these with me (in my boot) on Thursday night for our meeting.
BOOKS! BOOKS! and more BOOKS!! Lots of paperbacks, various authors including David Baldacci, Lee Child, Clive Cussler and James Patterson. $15 for 10 books, choose your own selection! Pick up or can drop off in Port.
So some of you who know me, know that I am an avid reader. I started reading heavily about 12 years ago. My favorite authors are: Janet Evanovich, Katie MacAlister, James Patterson, Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child and occasionally Michael Crichton, Dean Koontz and Clive Cussler. So my tastes are varied as you can tell. In the last 4 days I had read two books that are awesome! James Patterson's ZOO and Michael Crichton's STATE OF FEAR. Both of these books have really opened up my eyes to things that I really haven't given serious thought about: government, the media, the environment and how gullible/comfortable we are with what we are told or led to believe. Great books! If you are looking for a good read, then I highly suggest these.
Clive Cussler, Jack Higgins, James Clavelle and more soft covered books..Take them ALL for $15. Pick up in Tappen.
Book 8 of 2014 .. next one on the Clive Cussler list ...
At least an article that mentions Dr. Lee Spence ... The discovery of the H.L. Hunley is not without controversy. Two men have claimed the discovery; Dr. Edward Lee Spence and author Clive Cussler. Clive Cussler's claim is that his organization NUMA was searching the area and found the submarine in 1995 while Dr. Spences' claim is from 1970. Dr Spence said he was diving from a commercial fishing vessel and found the Hunley while trying to remove a fishing net caught on the sunken submarine. In 1978, a National Register for Historic Places was approved to include H.L. Hunley's site. It was based of the mapped location by Dr. Spence and the Sea Research Society, whom he is president of. In 1980, Dr. Spence had an admiralty suit on the wreck site, which means that Dr. Spence was the owner of the site and the H.L. Hunley. In the end, he donated the Hunley to the State of South Carolina per the request of the state's Attorney General.
This all started for me around 1977/8 when I saw on Tv " A night to remember " Shortly after this a friend gave me " Raise the Titanic " by Clive Cussler. After that, I was reading his books all the time. Then I read The sea hunters & The sea hunters II. So with that little story; On this day in 1864 in the American Civil War, the world's 1st submarine sank the Warship Housatonic.
Gotta admit I ditched the stack of childrens books in favor of somthing with alil more substance. I think Noah is going to be a Clive Cussler fan!
*Looks left, and then right.* Recently, while watching a video about how to draw Steampunk, the artist asked what the shoulder straps on the military jacket he was drawing on his character's jacket were for. I launched into research mode to fill in the blanks about what I knew about them, and responded to his question, based on the material I had in my personal military history library, and what I found online. I'm not asking any of you for an answer to what these shoulder straps are for, I know the answer to that question quite well. However, the point that I want to make is that I took the time to do the research to answer this person's question to the best of my ability, because I really enjoy helping people find the answers to questions that they might have. To most people, they could care less about what these shoulder straps are called, and what they are used for, but I found it interesting to the point that I could expanded how I learned about them, into writing a whole book about the subject. I we ...
Okay! First round of "Keeping Creed" edits are done! Edited with red pen ("red pen draft") and just now finished putting all the corrections into the computer. It was 290 pages (double spaced), 100,330 words. Now it is 190 pages (single spaced), 95,735 words. Now I am moving on to GERMAN DERELICT!!! The first book in the Trevor Knight Series, based off my favorite author, Clive Cussler's books, with touches of Tom Clancy. In fact there are two characters in the Trevor Knight series who play minor roles, Cliff Cutler and Luther Clancy.
Clive Cussler books nearly brand new! $2.00 each or 3 for $5 feel free to inquire about specific titles!
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