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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 1 decade ago

what are all of the clive cussler book names?

my library is taking requests for books.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I got this list from StopYoureKillingMe.com, a GREAT site for mysteries and thrillers.

    Dirk Pitt books:

    - The Mediterranean Caper (1973)

    - APA: Mayday! (1977)

    - Iceberg (1975)

    - Raise the Titanic! (1976)

    - Vixen 03 (1978)

    - Night Probe! (1981)

    - Pacific Vortex! (1983) [First book in series]

    - Deep Six (1984)

    - Cyclops (1986)

    - Treasure (1988)

    - Dragon (1990)

    - Sahara (1992)

    - Inca Gold (1994)

    - Shock Wave (1996)

    - Flood Tide (1997)

    - Atlantis Found (1999)

    - Valhalla Rising (2001)

    - Trojan Odyssey (2003)

    - Black Wind (2004) [Written with Dirk Cussler]

    - Treasure of Khan (2006) [Written with Dirk Cussler]

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    Written with Paul Kemprecos

    Kurt Austin in the underwater exploration series, NUMA Files:

    - Serpent (2000)

    - Blue Gold (2001)

    - Fire Ice (2002)

    - White Death (2003)

    - Lost City (2004)

    - Polar Shift (2005)

    - The Navigator (2007)

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    Mercenaries, known as the Corporation, headquartered on the ship Oregon, a seagoing marvel of science and technology disguised as an ancient, rust-bucket cargo vessel, in the Oregon Files:

    - Golden Buddha (2003) [Written with Craig Dirgo]

    - Sacred Stone (2004) [Written with Craig Dirgo]

    - Dark Watch (2005) [Written with Jack Du Brul]

    - Skeleton Coast (2006) [Written with Jack Du Brul]

    - Plague Ship (due June 3, 2008) [Written with Jack Du Brul]

  • 1 decade ago

    Here is a complete bibliography for Clive Cussler, listing the books by series and in chronological order:

    http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/c/clive-cussler/

  • 1 decade ago

    Which series? He has more than one. Look here http://www.cusslermen.com/books.htm

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