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Many of you have been asking when the next Isaac Bell series will be published. Isaac Bell and I wanted to tell you that he's had many extraordinary cases before, but none quite like this. THE CUTTHROAT is coming March 14 ! ... See MoreSee Less

Many of you have been asking when the next  Isaac Bell series will be published. Isaac Bell and I wanted to tell you that hes had many extraordinary cases before, but none quite like this.  THE CUTTHROAT  is coming March 14 !

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Hilman MarlerMy favorite character returns!!!

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Logan GrovesWhen's the next Dirk Pitt?

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Mona SchuermanLove it! BUT, my favorite is now the Oregon Files.

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Billie SartainIsaac is my favorite. So glad he's back.

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Mike McElyeaPerfect timing - just caught up on my sleep after staying up to read the last CC book!

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Mick ChapmanCant wait

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Cyndi Watkins KarlovichYay! I love Isaac Bell!

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Milburn Eugene HornbackHmm, Wondering if the Marquee has anything to do with the story?

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Rob WordSWEEEEEEEEEET!

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Mathew LawrenceOf all your characters he is my favorite.Sorry Dirk Pitt.

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Dennis AdamsI Cannot wait!!

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Martina HlávkováHow about Czech version???

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Aubrey SammonsYay!!!!

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Lorenzo GiulianiIsaac Bell. Mr Cussler,please no so fast. I ready the last two books.

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Kristi KleinLove all your books!However memory isn't as itonce was.Sometimes, I check out the same books,that I have already read!lol

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Kat StricklerWhoopie

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Rob CormierHalfway through "The Gangster" right now.

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John CooperOn audiobook too?

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Debbie MaxwellJohn Maxwell

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John AndrewMany thanks Clive, God bless you and yours, as well as Isaac Bell :)

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Gwen Panter ButlerI've never warmed up to Isaac Bell. Just doesn't have the pull for me of all the other main characters.

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Hans KruseLove to buy the e-book and let my phone read it to me using TTS.

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Simina MarisA nice surprise for St. Patrick's Day. 🍀

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Rollie KohlMy favorite series!!!!

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This year I want to do something different for my wife to celebrate Valentine’s Day, besides her favorite Hawaiian flowers. Do you have any suggestions? ... See MoreSee Less

This year I want to do something different for my wife to celebrate Valentine’s Day, besides her favorite Hawaiian flowers. Do you have any suggestions?

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Matt MarksTake her to Hawaii to see the flowers

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Jace Scarpellitake her for a romantic drive in one of your many cars

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Paul RobertsonA Ferrari Daytona.

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Jennifer GuidryNew Orleans, Mardi Gras King Cake and boiled crawfish.

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Fabio ZampieriA new Book,Mr. Cussler!! ;-)

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Steve RolstonAsk her what you could to to make her day better today

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R Timothy LadeLet her sleep in

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Jace Scarpellihave a moonlight picnic

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Chloe RountreeIndoor skydiving..

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Sheila McConnellThose look good to me. Getting flowers of any kind at any time is awfully nice. Personally, I like daisies, mums, carnations and gardenias.

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John FarrTake her to see live Hawaiian flowers.

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Walter WinterburnWatch the winter moon and eclipse tonight, while drinking your favorite wine.

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Teager KirkmanMr Cussler Leave the House Behind and Let the Day Take You ;O) !!!!

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Sandy Reed DedmonA nice evening at your favorite restaurant.

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Petra HarrisPen a love story just for her.

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Keldrick MobleyGet her a copy of my book Lions For A Day. She'll love you even more for it...

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Steven A. WilkensA nice meal at her favorite place, and then a moonlight drive in your 59 caddy with the top down.

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April ThompsonHow about you take her to one of those wine and painting classes. Sipping wine and having fun painting....sounds good to me. :)

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Ernie AndersonTake her to Hawaii!

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Petra HarrisBy the way, I love your books.

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Shirleen Baileywash the dishes and put away the clothes

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Sherry NixThose are gorgeous flowers.

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Deon SitzmannA authentic Hawaiian dinner !

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Isaac WhiteLearn her favorite dinner. Then make it yourself by carefully following a recipe.

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Donna Hannis-KennedyA date similar to your first

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Clive Cussler shared Isaac Bell's post.

Isaac Bell and I wanted to let you know that the paperback edition of THE GANGSTER is coming February 7. You can check out more and are invited to "LIKE" Isaac's Facebook PAGE too. ow.ly/XYoi7
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When the Black Hand was on a crime spree in New York in 1906, and sending their infamous threatening letters, I was hired to investigate. The paperback edition of THE GANGSTER is due out February 7.

Isaac Bell and I wanted to let you know that the paperback edition of THE GANGSTER is coming February 7. You can check out more and are invited to LIKE Isaacs Facebook PAGE too. http://ow.ly/XYoi7

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Donna P. MosesLove getting wrapped up in Isaac Bell's investigations ! :)

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Shawn Skister SwenorYeah but those two that one with the black hand in the white hand this a little convoluted the first half of it

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Shawn Skister SwenorSorry that is a little convoluted itself voice text sometimes decides what words it's going to put in there LOL

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Ron Martin-DentLove your Bell series (I love ALL your series, actually), but would hope you might put him in Butte, MT during the time of the Copper Kings. A great background perfect for him. Thanks.

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Kirk EvansI'm reading my first Bell series tomorrow. Can't wait.

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Dave CarterThat's great, can't wait. The same day as my birthday

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Donald BrillYES!

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Adrian HaggertyAwesome book. Another thriller from the master.

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Daniel RatliffAudiobook with narrator Scott Brick ??? Please!!!!!

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Ross BentleyCan't wait

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Ruan LouwThis was an amazing book!!

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Best Books To Read.loved it! Reading this now :o

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Inge Wijnen WijtenburgFantastic an other book that helps me to get 50 books from hour hand . No other auteur I like has published that much books and I still ain't bored with the way you write . Keep on going ....

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Drake ShaferWas there ever a hardback of Raise the titanic. I have over 70 of your books, and I wanted that one in hardback. But cant find it anywere.

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Harvey CormanI'm half way through it and loving it.

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Bill GrahamI download your books to my Kindle.

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Peter BartleI'm looking forward to reading it

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Scott James Aitkenawesome news!

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Sue PinkneyJust finished reading it in Australia! Really good read, just like all your other books.

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Bill McKenzieGot the hardback "gangster" for Christmas. .just getting home into it..looks like another great read

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Al WilsonReading it now and enjoying it.. well it's an audio book so listening to it now

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Ron BellchambersHasn't the Gangster been written as of last year.

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Don KnottJust finished it. I thought it was well done. Nice story about the Van Dorn agency and the building of the Catskills aqueduct

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Carla HildebrandI look forward to reading it!

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I’m enjoying reading your responses to our contest. Many of you have written about this power monster which made its mark in sports racing in the 1950's and Dirk Pitt raced in Shock Wave. Let me know the car you liked best that I used in one of my books. Deadline to win a set of car books is Feb. 3!
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I’m enjoying reading your responses to our contest. Many of you have written about this power monster which made its mark in sports racing in the 1950s and Dirk Pitt raced in Shock Wave. Let me know the car you liked best that I used in one of my books. Deadline to win a set of car books is Feb. 3!

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Kain TalbottThat Dusenberg really fired my imagination! But I would LOVE to see you write about the Patterson Motor Car Company...1915 to 1919...my grandfather had one!

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Gene DavisStill would love to see the outboard / bathtub

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Hagen Jäkerthe avoisin in saharaa .greetings from germany ,mr cussler !

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Rita WalkerI am not a car buff, but I love your books!

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Phil E. OldroydThe pace arrow from Inca gold

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Brianne Ingraham1936 Avions Voisin ! I am in love with that car!

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W Forest Pressnell Jr.We are speaking modes of transportation here and the Bathtub can't be beat!

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Stephen PodbielskiThe big Chrysler D!!!!!!! I would give anything to see that baby fly through the air to the ferry!

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Jordan PetersonDoes it have to be a car? Cuz I've gotta say his out dogfighting a WWI fighter in a Ford Tri-Motor is probably one of his more impressive feats.

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Stuart McdonaldPierce arrow with its trailer from inca gold

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Brianne Ingraham1936 Avion Voisin from Sahara, and 1936 Maybach Zeppelin from The Mediterranean Caper. It's my birthday if that helps! 😀

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Jerry EndresThe Pierce Arrow is the best

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Steven Pudlowhich one did he take down the ski jump?

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Tom SharpThe A V from Sahara. . . .

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Maranda Lindsey WardThe Pace Arrow from Inca Gold is my favorite

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Joseph PetriI loved the 1936 Pierce-Arrow W/Travelodge Trailer in "INCA GOLD" by far,... and thanks for all the great reading..

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Leslie HannahThe Avions Voisin from Sahara. Breathtakingly beautiful.

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Matt SpeerMoller Skycar!

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Kirk EvansI love your work! Can't wait to try the Issac Bell ones next.

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Gary Van GeyteMore than the cars, which are all fabulous, I always wanted to live in the airplane hanger with the collection. Maybe I will with mine with a little luck. ;-)

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Phillip Ansonthe pace arrow with camper, ive been wishing to see both for ever, I might need to grab few more hard covers I think you had a pic with it. Id like to see the inside tho, just currious how big it would be :)

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Cabot BardenThe Talbot Lago is my favotrite.

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William HessDirk need a winged warrior- a Hemi Plymouth Superbird or Hemi Dodge Daytona Charger.

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Eleanor von KorffI love the Peirce Arrow and Travelodge and my husband loves the Avoin Viosin in Sahara.

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Mike Branigan Sr.The AC Cobra from Pacific Vortex where it all began.

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Had a great time at the car auctions last week. Was lucky and got some great finds. Maybe I’ll be able to use one in an upcoming book. Do you have a favorite car from a past book? I’d like to hear why. A memory, the story, or maybe a dream. We’ll select three responses and send out a set of my car books. Join in by Feb. 3rd and get a personally signed set. ... See MoreSee Less

Had a great time at the car auctions last week. Was lucky and got some great finds. Maybe I’ll be able to use one in an upcoming book. Do you have a favorite car from a past book? I’d like to hear why. A memory, the story, or maybe a dream. We’ll select three responses and send out a set of my car books. Join in by Feb. 3rd and get a personally signed set.

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Julian KirbyIt's got to be the Avions Voisin in Sahara.....innovative design for it's day, extensive use of aluminium, sleeve valves etc etc.

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Hcor UealramFrom Pacific Vortex, the AC Cobra ,I loved this car since I was a kid, it is truly a classic for me.

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Ricky McDonaldI have a favourite Clive Cussler car. It was not in any book, but It was an Arizona car registered to Clive's late wife Barbara. I bought it at his Colorado Museum in 1995 and have cherished it ever since...... :)

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Julian KirbyOr maybe the Allard J2X - an ideal marriage of American brawn and English brains!!

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Nancy SiglerI love bells race car it is one of my many favorites

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Stephen D Aviesthe landrover used as a getaway car in Pharaohs secret.only because i have one that i built from scratch. the winner could have a cameo role in one of you books. i quite fancy myself rescuing Kurt Austin.

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John FreibergsHitching a ride across Russia in a Tucker from The Tombs. The pic is from Iola a couple years ago.

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Niki OrmsbyDaimler DE36 from Cyclops. This book leapt alive in my mind. Which isn't unusual with your books. But for some reason the way you describe this one has always stuck in my mind. When you asked this question it was the first one that I thought of. I took a quick minute to go online and pull up a picture of it and wouldn't you know, it looks the same as the picture you built in my mind.

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Bill ReeseAs far as I am concerned, they're all my favorites!! I'm just a car guy!!

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LM Everhart👀

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Ron S BusickJaguar

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Cabot BardenI'm just a huge Cussler fan. Got addicted to Cussler books way back in 1986. I proudly own all of the Dirk Pitt novels. Even a few autographed copies. Found one of Clive's business cards in one.

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Kevin SypoltMr. Cussler, you have so many nice cars, each with their own personality and fit into the story. The AC Cobra is a man's hot rod, to me the epitome of "sports car" and it fits Dirk Pitt. All classics are great but when you going to add a Model A? I myself am restoring a 31. Just a little partial but would be neat to see Henry's lady in s story.

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Kevin SehlI don't think it's been in any book that I can remember, but would love to see an Auburn Boattail 851 Speedster. My favorite style and design of all time. Dirk or Kurt has to put that supercharger to use for some reason 😎

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Cheryl DamronI loved, loved, loved the spirit of the Avions Voixn in Sahara!!!! It was so integral to the story and worked so hard!!! The picture on the book jacket was just gorgeous and makes me smile every time!!!!

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Michael Beury Jr.I can't help but always think of that Jeep Grand Wagoneer from Inca Gold, with the 500hp big block stuck under the hood. What a sleeper!

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Kevin BeckwithIt has to be the Maybach

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Wally CrowBeing a full time RVer, I'm partial to the '36 Pierce Arrow, with the '37 Pierce Arrow travel trailer.

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Milburn Eugene HornbackGuess the Locomobile needs to show up in a few more stories.

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Pasquale ValleseSahara - 1936 Avions Voisin.... great car... great story!! Great find too.

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Pat Sheldon(-:

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Michael McKinneyHi Clive,The first book I reader was Inca Gold while on a cross country trip.Have been hooked ever since. You rock. A for the favorites l just love them all. Just the way auto's were built and should be built today, but we all know how that goes. Any way keep up the great writing. Dirk Pitt the mans,man,super man

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Toby BovingdonStick Dirk in a Citroen SM

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Paul CollinsonI must admit I love most classic cars, but I think you'll have to go a long way to beat the British classic's. They always seem to me to have style and grace from a bygone age. I'm thinking of the rollers, especially the silver ghosts which are timeless. Not forgetting the e-type jag of course, which was, & still is one of the most beautiful cars ever produced. I suppose being english I am a wee bit biased.

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David ReevesI had the opportunity back in the 1980s to drive a Duesenberg Model J. It was on exhibit at the concours they used to hold at the New York State Fair, and one of four cars entered by a local collector. When it came time that the cars needed to be moved off the field, the crew for these cars ended up short one driver. I had struck up a conversation with the leader of the crew earlier in the day - I had known him years ago - and he asked me if I thought I could move the car from the field to the waiting enclosed trailer - he said he hated driving it (!). Well, I ask you, what was I to do? Needless to say, I took a somewhat circuitous route to the trailer, enjoying every moment. The car drove much like a 1970s pickup truck, which may sound like faint praise for such an awesome machine until we realize that most Model J chassis were late 1920s technology. It was a Murphy roadster, probably the most "common" Model J (as if there is such a thing). Years later I also got to drive an SJ briefly, and the differences are subtle until you stand on it. There is nothing - NOTHING - like a Duesenberg. Great memories of great cars.

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I got the car of my dreams. A 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, Kensington Green with white interior.
I’ve been waiting a long time to find just the right car. And this is it. We met so many fans at the Worldwide auction and I want to thank them for their wonderful encouragement.
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I got the car of my dreams. A 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, Kensington Green with white interior. 
I’ve been waiting a long time to find just the right car. And this is it.  We met so many fans at the Worldwide auction and I want to thank them for their wonderful encouragement.

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Robert MicklewrightBeautiful Colour Sir.

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Del SmithMy favorite Caddy year. :-)

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Bennie van der HeideConcrats really a beauty.

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Susan WilsonAwsome

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Petra UrbičSafe driving!

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Mike HudsonBeautiful Car!

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Karen Lach PitteDid you get it in AZ.? It is a thing of beauty.

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Steven SiedzikNice

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Buck RobertsGood for you, Clive. Will I see it in the Arvada Museum? Probably want to keep it in AZ and 'Drive It'. I understand. Have fun.

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Monalisa Turner NortonNice car. Wonder which book we will see this beauty in? 😊

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Tracy Campbellgreat car clive hope a new pitt is in our future

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Clyde B WelchNice !!

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Ian CraigExcellent choice

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Lesley Emmerson-ScheelWow, what a beautiful car. Stunning

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Jay LankfordNice car. Have fun with it.

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Pam DibbleA rare beauty

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Gary AnthonyCongratulations Clive. She's a beauty.

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Chris N Christy BakerBeautiful car!!!

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Patricia CaseyBeautiful! Wish they still made unique cars like this. I always loved being able to just look at a car and know what it was. All to cookie cutter nowadays.

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Dennis HoyleThat's my wife's favorite car.

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Domenico TizianoIt's so cool to think Clive Cussler still has dream cars.

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Josh GrimsleyShe'd look real pretty sitting next to your Broughham.

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David VanderYachtCongratulations! It is a blessing to find the car/girl/job/home of your dreams!

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Harold N Nancy BerensNothing but COOL!!!

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Great day at the Concours. Tomorrow Janet and I will be joining our friends Greg and Debbie Nel on the Concours Tour in his 1962 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud. A highlight will be meeting a collector here in the Valley and seeing his collection. It's amazing that we live so close and yet never had the opportunity to meet. Tormorrow is the day!
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Great day at the Concours. Tomorrow Janet and I will be joining our friends Greg and Debbie Nel on the Concours Tour in his 1962 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud. A highlight will be meeting a collector here in the Valley and seeing his collection. Its amazing that we live so close and yet never had the opportunity to meet. Tormorrow is the day!

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Aaron MarkhamLove your books and you have given me a real appreciation for the older autos.

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Hunter Leonardbeautifully elegant car, thanks for the share Clive.

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Jim GibbonsI remember having a really nice Japanese pressed tin friction toy car of one in the early '60s. Beautiful car.

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Karen Lach PitteMy friend from AZ. was there and told him to look for you.

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April BaldwinNice ride!

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David StrickerYou're living the dream there.

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Terry McPheeYou have give readers plenty of joy from your novels. Now it is your turn for enjoyment with these fantastic cars!

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Kevin J. McCarthyWow! That car is stunning!

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Betty StoutKeep going, and you'll never grow old.

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Maria Amelio MilesLove looking at your cars!

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Tracy WaltonSWEET RIDE

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Melody DingsGreat looking car!

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Susan MogerI have always wanted a ride in a Rolls.

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Ron TerlitskyThat's very cool. Also I hope more of your awesome books come to life on the big screen since Hollywood hasn't done anything worthwhile in quite some time. Nothing original or suspenseful in years in my opinion. Have a great 2017 Mr. Clive Cussler

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Eric YoungLove the way you are "geeking out" over this. Hope you have an enjoyable time.

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Alex MacdonaldThank you for sharing Mr. Cussler- Hope you can do a book signing in South Africa soon!!

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John ReaglesDid you choose one of the choices you asked our opinion about??? By the way, I'm reading Piranha, (the Oregon files) right now!!

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Rita BakerEnjoy your day xx

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Claudine CochezWhen i was visiting friends in Carmel, CA, their rolls royce was parked IN their house ! And i do not mean the garage...

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Mike EdwardsThat Rolls-Royce was built about 3 miles from where I sit typing this.

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Tanya SevinHave fun.

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Henri GammeterLove the books with you could come out to Orlando fl for a book signing event as the poison pen is a little to far away for me to fly out to meet you and get a autograph from one of your new books

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Dana A CrosbyMight you be going to see Alan and Mary Travis? They have some very neat cars.

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Carey Stevens BroadwaterHead over to the Worldwide Auction at 6464 E McDowell Rd, Scottsdale on Wednesday, Jan 18th @5pm. You will see some absolutely incredible cars being auctioned off. Many that remind me of a beauty that Dirk Pitt would have collected 😉 www.worldwide-auctioneers.com/auctions/classic%2Dcars%2Dfor%2Dauction/

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Ricky Weinbergever see Jay Leno car collection.

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Looking forward to the Arizona Concours d'Elegance at the Biltmore tomorrow. I won't have a car in the show this year but my friend will. It's a 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe.
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Looking forward to the Arizona Concours dElegance at the Biltmore tomorrow. I wont have a car in the show this year but my friend will. Its a 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe.

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Eric YoungWow, that is a beautiful machine. I miss the days when cars had personality.

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Rob Word...stunning!!

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Jan Michaelbeautiful.

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Jeffrey BabcockSweet ride.

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Marguerite MatthewsMr Cussler, I hear we have a mutual friend, he was once your neighbor and is also a car lover. I sort of squealed when I heard that.

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Roy Kelleymy m8 who owns a scrap yard has a really old t ford wooden wheels..hows that 4 old

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Buck RobertsHi Clive Cussler, Thanks for sharing. I lived in Arvada 30 years, have read all you books, and reveled in your car museum 4 or 5 times & will be back. My budget won't support the level of cars that you have, but I greatly enjoy my daily driver (when weather allows). A honk, thumbs up, or compliment every 4-5 stop lights, all the time.

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David CsizmarThat is 50 minutes from my house.

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Timo PartanenIn 50's, cars typified of decades interests, space travelling etc. And that gave a personal design to a vehicles that time. It has been a richness what we hardly can't see in todays cars. All look same, lots of vehicles based on same chassis and design, theres not much differencies between manufacturers and models today. Those lines of 50's represent real design of art in everyday use, i think. Marvelous.

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Sidney SafersThat's mine

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Fiorenzo Peroni

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Fiorenzo Peroni1971 lancia

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Paola Musera beautiful car.....

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Vincenzo SantonocitoNever seen one in italy i hope one day this dream will be real

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Debbie Winkthat's cherry...wow

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Hilary Richter StinardBeautiful car

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Jeff TomberlinHave you been to the one on Amelia Island?

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Kaleb LutzDo you ever go to any shows in Colorado?

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George Eddie Hoverseems like yesterday when we would go to the dealerships in Sept. and Oct. just to inspect the new cars as kids -- and a trip to the car show was a dream come true -- now they are "OLD" cars - sheesh

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Rosa ThomsenNice!

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Shelly O'DonnellSweet!

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Karen Lach PitteWhat a beauty~~~~

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Looking forward to Scottsdale's classic car auctions next week. Have my eye on a couple I'd like to bid on. Maybe I can add one to my collection. These are 2 of my favorites that I was able to get at the auctions in the past years. Which one do you like better? ... See MoreSee Less

Looking forward to Scottsdales classic car auctions next week. Have my eye on a couple Id like to bid on. Maybe I can add one to my collection. These are 2 of my favorites that I was able to get at the auctions in the past years. Which one do you like better?

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Owen WrightAnything red.

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Francois Barnard🤔The blue one... 🙂

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Sharon BahrThe red one

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Bob BachoThe blue one

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Jeff CohenGet them both Clive ,I'll buy another one of your books to help out with funds

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Laura MartinThe blue one

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Carolyn Mathewson KnoxBlue

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Max Rettingerthe packard 👌

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Larry D. BarrEither one would be fine.

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CG GalpalThe first one looks very "you," but I couldn't say no to that little red beauty. How's she look under the hood?

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Walter WinterburnBlue

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Florian LoschinskyThe red car

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Grant RaderThe little Red Roadster.

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Marianne Bex-WeltersThe Red Baronnes

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Joy WalkerLove both of them!

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Karen Lach PitteI love the blue one, let us know what you got.

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Eric TamborClive, my Dad was Alhambra High School 1950! You were class of 48?

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John BroomThe red one - is that a Jag?

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Mick ChapmanThe red one

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Josh GrimsleyCan never go wrong with a Packard

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William SportelloThe little red racer of Monte Carlo !

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Terry Barb DolanThe blue one is my favorite!

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Kimberly R FrancisThe blue one

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Brandon Baynes Maximus ShriverPackard

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Kathy SkidmoreLove them both-- love anything old!

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Last night, after dinner Janet and I sat outside and listened to the rain. We enjoyed a cigar and a glass of my favorite champagne, Billecart Salmon, and welcomed in the New Year. We talked about the wonderful friends we have, some of whom we lost and the many new ones we’ve made, of all the people that have touched our lives and all of you, my fans, who share your support and encouragement with me.

Today, New Year’s Day, I wish my family, friends and fans health and happiness! May many new friends and memories be made in 2017 !
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Last night, after dinner Janet and I sat outside and listened to the rain. We enjoyed a cigar and a glass of my favorite champagne, Billecart Salmon, and welcomed in the New Year.  We talked about the wonderful friends we have, some of whom we lost and the many new ones we’ve made, of all the people that have touched our lives and all of you, my fans, who share your support and encouragement with me.

Today, New Year’s Day, I wish my family, friends and fans health and happiness! May many new friends and memories be made in 2017 !

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Andrew PollingerThank you for the many stories Clive!

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Gene DavisHappy New Year Clive Cussler and family

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Robert DebityThank you sir for all of your excellent work

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Gary AnthonyThanks Clive and Janet. All the best to you too :)

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Carolyn PeteHappy New Year to you and your family

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Earl TallmanHappy New Year to You! May thir year keep you in good health and good spirits!

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Sabrina MarelloThank you and Happy 2017!!!

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Adah JacobsThank you Mr. Cussler and a very Happy New Year to you and your family! Please keep those books coming, ok?

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Stephen FittsAnd to you, Sir. Thank you for all the love, laughter, and memories you've given us over the years.

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James WattsHappy New Year and thank you for the enjoyment your work has brought me.

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Ella FecchioBuon Anno from Italy 🇮🇹 Have a wonderful 2017, and I read every one of your books.. Thank you 😊

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Ruth EmblinA very happy - and creative - New Year to you, too! :-)

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Steve TroisiHappy New Year Clive and Janet!

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Donna MullinsHappy New Year to you and your family! Have really enjoyed reading your books, and look forward to many more!

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Dave BirdI was re-reading The Race... with a Dalwhinnie. And Thank you!

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Psyguychris AragonYes happy New year.. Keep the books coming! We love ya!

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Gianluca PirazzoliHappy New Year sir Clive Cussler...from Ravenna,Italy!!!

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Ingrid HunnewellHappy New Year from your cousins up here in Seattle.

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Mari SweetingHappy New Year and many Blessings to you and everyone on this post!

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Holly Marie AngeliniHappy, Healthy New Year, Clive Cussler & family! Looking forward to reading more excellent stories from you.

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Kathy Sears-TancayoMahalo! Wishing the best in 2017 for you and yours.

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Mike HirakI'd love to have a good cigar.....oh the memories...

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Michael BriggsHappy New Year, Sir. May your stories continue to inspire!

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Stephen Lee TerryHappy New Year Clive Cussler and the same to your family!

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William DennisHave a Happy New Year to you and your family, Clive!

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