Tag Archives: Clive Cussler

TYPHOON FURY – Clive Cussler & Boyd Morrison

A novel from the Oregon Files. This Juan Cabrillo and the crew of the hi-tech ship Oregon thriller is a match for the best of the series. Hot-paced and violent to the extreme, you half wonder how the action missed … Continue reading

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NIGHTHAWK – Clive Cussler & Graham Brown.

As true to the Cussler tradition of high adventure as any of his best. Another one from the NUMA Files; a gripping ride from one dire situation to the next. An American space craft is high-jacked just after re-entry and … Continue reading

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The EMPEROR’S REVENGE – Clive Cussler & Boyd Morrison

As is usual Cussler, history, treasure and world-threatening events intertwine to give us another exciting read from a master of adventure. Napoleon Bonaparte, imprisoned on the island of St Helena, dies of arsenic poisoning, as we all know. Well, of … Continue reading

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PIRATE – Clive Cussler & Robin Burcell

This is a treasure-hunting man and wife adventure; a Sam and Remi Fargo story, No. 8. I doubt that there is a Cussler book that one can easily put down. This is the first in the Series co-authored by Robin … Continue reading

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The PHARAOH’S SECRET – Clive Cussler & Graham Brown

Clive Cussler seems not to have lost the magic of his previous adventures when he hooks up with other writers, like in this case Graham Brown, as have some other story factories that I could name. This one is a … Continue reading

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