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Friday, October 27, 2006

Clive Cussler

Clive Cussler

The first two Pitt novels, The Mediterranean Caper and Iceberg, were relatively conventional maritime thrillers. The third, Raise the Titanic!, made Cussler's reputation and established the pattern that subsequent Pitt novels would follow: A blend of high adventure and high technology, generally involving megalomaniacal villains, lost ships, and sunken treasure.

Cussler's novels, like those of Michael Crichton are examples of techno-thrillers that do not use military plots and settings. Where Crichton strives for scrupulous realism, however, Cussler prefers fantastic spectacles and outlandish plot devices. The Pitt novels, in particular, have the anything-goes quality of the James Bond or Indiana Jones movies, while also sometimes borrowing from Alistair MacLean's novels. Pitt himself is a two-dimensional, larger-than-life hero reminiscent of Doc Savage and other characters from pulp magazines.

More Info:

Dirk Pitt 01 - Pacific Vortex
Dirk Pitt 02 - The Mediterranean Caper
Dirk Pitt 03 - Iceberg
Dirk Pitt 04 - Raise The Titanic
Dirk Pitt 06 - Night Probe
Dirk Pitt 07 - Deep Six
Dirk Pitt 08 - Cyclops
Dirk Pitt 09 - Treasure
Dirk Pitt 10 - Dragon
Dirk Pitt 11 - Sahara
Dirk Pitt 12 - Inca Gold
Dirk Pitt 13 - Shock Wave
Dirk Pitt 14 - Flood Tide
Dirk Pitt 16 - Atlantis Found
Dirk Pitt 17 - Trojan Odyssey
Dirk Pitt 18 - Valhalla Rising
Dirk Pitt 19 - Black Wind
Dirk Pitt Reveale
KA01 - Serpent
KA02 - Blue Gold
KA03 - Fire Ice
KA04 - White Death
Oregon Chronicles01 - Golden Buddha
The Sea Hunters 1
The Sea Hunters 2


Cussler Clive part A 18 books

Cussler Clive part B 8 books

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