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Today marks the 67th anniversary of the crash of the Northwest Orient Airline Flight 2501, a DC-4 that crashed into Lake Michigan with 58 people aboard. My NUMA crew and I have been looking for the downed aircraft for several years now hoping to bring closure for the families of the passengers and crew lost aboard this ill-fated flight. I keep this painting in my office. We will return next year to look again. As always, our thoughts and prayers to the families.
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Today marks the 67th anniversary of the crash of the Northwest Orient Airline Flight 2501, a DC-4 that crashed into Lake Michigan with 58 people aboard.  My NUMA crew and I have been looking for the downed aircraft for several years now hoping to bring closure for the families of the passengers and crew lost aboard this ill-fated flight. I keep this painting in my office. We will return next year to look again. As always, our thoughts and prayers to the families.

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Mark SavageThank you Mr. Cussler, I am a former NWA flight attendant, now Delta. Thank you for reminding us all of the history of aviation and the trials to make air travel safer. I am a true fan and I thank you for caring.

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Layman KuenjangBig fan sir... from a small country Bhutan.

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Ron JohnsonLove your books Sir,, You keep writing and I'll keep reading :)

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Christopher BerginKnowing your skills and passion, you'll find it for sure.

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Jerid CozartI wish I could make your books into movies, not that Sahara trash that was put out...

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Ian RomeCool stuff Clive ,,, Keep us in the Loop here in Canada ,,,

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Dennis KornBest of luck . . . just finished reading Sea of Darkness . . . I hope your efforts are more appreciated this time.

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Mike FallonWe were in South Haven in 2015, went to the museum and saw the exhibit about the lost flight, and of your work there. Hope to meet you when you return and wishing you and NUMA success in the search.

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Jim KelleyI'm a late discoverer of your books. I'm currently reading all the Issack bell series books first then off to the other ones. Although I have read a few others..

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Andrew LucasI wish you and your team every success. Wonderful support for the families.

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Clinton OsbornBeing from Michigan and an avid reader I would jump at the chance to give you a hand if you were ever in this neck of the woods.

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Tobias HeinrichStrange that it has never been discovered. I mean, pieces of debris have been found. So the general area where the wreck should be located is known, right? But who knows? Maybe it already broke apart in the air for some reason. Either way, good luck finding the plane.

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Ron FonstadHow can I help? We are in the process of training Veterans with service connected disabilities/injuries in SCUBA diving to help them with their therapy. www.wavesproject.org

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Antonella SozziBravo Clive sei un grande

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Andrew Steven CurryI live out side South Haven. Every time I was in town over the last few summers I hoped I'd somehow run into you. Keep Up the great work :)

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Jeremie CherwinskiLove the books Mr. Cussler. This is perhaps one explanation for the disappearance of Flight 2501, www.clickondetroit.com/features/the-bermuda-triangle-of-the-great-lakes-the-lake-michigan-triangle

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Marshall UnruhI too am a big fan. I have all your books and always look forward to a new one coming out. I also would like to see more of your book made into movies. I have watched Raise the Titanic and Sahara mutiple times.

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Nancy Lockwood EdwardsI am trying to read all your books, and I am fascinated with NUMA and what this group does, finding and retrieving parts of history

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Gerry RiehlWish you luck in finding this

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Pierre AmonI found after seaching for a while your books Sea Hunter 1&2 i enjoy them as you first told how you searched and found many historical wrecks ,then you wrote your own story around each one ,loved it

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Will BrowningI hope and pray that you do find 2501, I know the families would love to know what really happened. God Bless.

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Kevin KellyIs NUMA searching for Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370?

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The Summer Solstice is upon us and its 119 in the Phoenix area and 117 in Las Vegas. Some planes are grounded. Whats your favorite way of keeping cool?

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Jennifer LeferingPool and margaritas.

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Erin FiniganPools, ponds, lakes, ocean and if all else fails, ice packs. :-)

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Cheryl WhitelawNot going to Phoenix or Las Vegas!

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Izabela MatejStaying in Salt Lake City - only 101.

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Marv OgdenReading "Nighthawk", inside.

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Carol BahrReading "Cutthroat" by Clive Cussler at the pool.

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Teresa Bajek JohnsonStaying inside with AC on , and reading Clive Cussler book.

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Elizabeth HoisingtonNot living in Arizona. 😉

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Mateusz JaruszewskiIs this temperature in shadow or in sun? In Poland today was 34°C in shadow and almost 40°C in sun.

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Geno MarlowI live on isand so head to blue ridge mountains

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Dawn WhitneyLiving in Wisconsin

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Brent Hadleycentral air- conditioning

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Lynn LeibleGentleman Jack

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Veronica BinghamWell it's winter down under and I'm staying warm with a grandbaby sleeping on my lap under a blanket.

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Bob WardSitting in the pool with a frozen margarita and a Clive Cussler book. Currently reading Ghost Ship.

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William SportelloRent a hotel room for a few days and hang around the pool . Mr . Cussler just bought Numa Files - Nighthawk today . I am going to enjoy this read .

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Susanna GreigAir-conditioning. ..pool...any place with water or shade...with a book in hand!

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Peter CannonScuba diving

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Gil TapiaBorn in Phoenix and lived in Scottsdale most of my life. I am now living outside Boise Idaho so it is a bit cooler here. You could say I do read quite a bit in the evening when it's cooler. Spoke with my dad today who still lives in Scottsdale. He is getting ready to head out to the White Mountains to stay cooler and do some fishing. Stay cool and Peace Mr. Cussler

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Eric NickersonA very early Tee time on the course.

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Bonnie AndersonIceland. Really. It's beautiful

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Darlene HiltsWatch a good movie or read a good book while sitting in an air conditioned room with a frozen strawberry daiquiri close by. 😉

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Pat Lott BerryPool.

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Joe Adcockarctic drift

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Janice TrumbellLived in Phoenix when it reached 122! Too hot for me! Reading Valhalla Rising! Always have one of your books in my hands!

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I have wonderful memories of fishing with my father Eric. Are you doing something memorable for  Father’s Day?

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Mark HerndonI'm getting drunk

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Christopher WestleyEggs Benedict with dad ... and installing a fluorescent light in the garage, now, americas cup!

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Mark Derbyshirewe woke up and had a great breakfast then we played a round of golf ... now as we do every night, prayers and some book reading ... the latter being many penned by you ... Happy Fathers Day Mr Cussler

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Jan SmithNo, just relaxing after a great time at Summertown Bluegrass Reunion.

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Justina Fe MarinaHappy Father's Day Mr. Cussler.

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Nicoletta Del PioDancing with him!!

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Hagen Jäkergreetings from germany

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Rock ClingmanMy daughter decided it was time to reach out after several years of ignoring me. The best fathers day ever

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Bill Dianna CodyAre you still a fisherman?

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Karen Lach PitteHappy Fathers Day Mr. Cussler.

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Jennie CottrellWe don't celebrities Father's Day. Instead we celebrate daughters day. I took my daughter glamping at bear lake. Spent the night in a conastoga wagon. Happy Father's Day to you Mr Cussler.

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Tanya SevinWhat a priceless photo. Happy Father's Day Sir!

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Steve BergGreat photo. My dad always took me and my brothers when we were young to Northern Wisconsin fishing with good ole cane poles. That tradition still goes on today and we now take our kids and grandkids.

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Roger AKReading "Odessa Sea"

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Frank VrenjakBig family barbeques

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Rexanna NicklasIt is a stormy day here so outside stuff is not a good idea.

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Paolo DesideriLast week he passed, RIP Dad!

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Maria Ann SmithAlthough my father is still alive, I haven't seen him in 15 years. I live in Chicago, and he lives outside of Seattle. Never take anything for granted. Tomorrow is not guaranteed. I became disabled and everything changed.

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Joanne SmithWent to Church....Son (1of 3) took us out for dinner....relaxing....and Alan is getting deeper into the new book!

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Andrew SheldrickWe don't have father's day until September in Australia

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Jf DaughertyReading your book (Odessa Sea) this weekend after visiting dads plot!

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Susan MogerI went to brunch and brought a photo of my Dad and me from long ago.

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Yvonne MerryfieldMy dad was called Eric, he passed away in 2014 aged 87, Miss so much.

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Karen Bussey O'RourkeGlenn Lee, do you read Clive cussler? I haven't read him in a while. I loved Dirk Pitt

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Did you know that the first citywide celebration of Fathers Day was in 1910 at the YMCA in Spokane  by Sonora Smart Dodd? Her father was a Civil War veteran and single parent of 6 children. Hope you have a wonderful Fathers Day.

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George E PouliotThank you. Happy Fathers Day to you.

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Betty StoutHave a very Happy Father's Day, and many more.

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Mike BlackCool !!!

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Michael AndersonSpokane....its where I live. Thanks Clive!

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Carolyn Sitz WorshamHappy Father 's Day to you

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Janet N. Maskalhappy father's day and thanks for all your great books !

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Steven CoxHAPPY FATHERS DAY TO YOU CLIVE. Love reading your work.

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Anita BrayleyHappy Fathers' Day to you, sir. :-)

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Pat Lott BerryNo, didn't know that, but enjoyed reading about it. Happy Father's Day to you!!

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Sidney SafersThanks Clive you too

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Daniela ChvostováHappy Father's Day to you, Clive. Thank you for your books.

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LaNetta DavisHappy Father's Day Mr. Cussler! Hope you have a wonderful day.

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Robert HeathcoteDon't tell anyone, but you're my favourite author, I've read just about all of your novels, thanks !!! Bob....

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William RisingHappy Father's Day, Clive, from your old home town.

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Terry K SpurginYes, I'm from Spokane.

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April BaldwinYou also Clive.....keep those books coming.....

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Ryan DassowI did! But I do live in Spokane.

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Ellen Genovese HansenHappy Fathers Day. Hope you have a wonderful day with your family. Just started reading Nighthawk.

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Jeffrey R WilliamsIn Australia, we have to wait until September, for Father's Day.

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Heather HopkinsHappy Father's Day <3 btw, my grandfather was a single dad to six children in 1924!

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Mark WhitenerYour books is one of the bonds between 3 generations of boys. U 2, Happy Father's Day. Thank you.

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Many Americans are celebrating Flag Day today, marking the adoption of the official flag. The tribute dates back to 1916 when President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed June 14  as national Flag Day. Please join me in honoring Old Glory today.

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Ann PalinkasI wish had flagpole up but I have the old glory in my heart

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Bill Haferkamp Sr.I've got 3 American flags up at my house! And they fly 24/7 365!

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Vicki LemondsThe last big storm we had took out our flagpole, so we're in limbo right now as far as flying Old Glory goes.

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Mike StephensonSheldon Cooper will be over the moon!!!

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Jose DaSilvaOld Glory flies at my place every day of the year.

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Ryanne Flynn LeavittMy dad flies this flag day and night(yes it is lit at night)! Happy Flag Day!

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Thomas Hogan"My country tis of Thee, Sweet Land of Liberty, Of Thee I Sing......

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Richard MartinAmerican flag and Navy flag flying on my flagpole in Tilllamook, Oregon. Sent you a picture on twitter

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Per KnößYou shouldn't fly your flag before this idiot is removed from the White House.

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George MapesFought for it, flying it proudly.

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Joanne SmithEvery day to the Honor and Glory of our country and God.....here in Branson, Mo.

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Karen WilliamsGod Bless America.

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Chris GoodrumThanks Clive, being an Australian obviously living in Oz I am actually learning more about America from some of your posts than I have ever before. Keep more coming. And if you can post me some photo's of your car collection. Thanks

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Shaun HagemanWell in UK we have to get planning permission for a flag pole..lmao

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Barry PhilpottYes. We are not allowed to celebrate our flag in case we upset anyone!

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Charlie CarlsonMy flags were flying all day yesterday, FLAG DAY.

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Peter ConantEvery day!

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Gareth Jefferson SmithO'r the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.........

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We just found out NIGHTHAWK will debut on NEW YORK TIMES Bestseller list in 2 categories: Hardback Fiction and Combined Print & E-Book Fiction. I want to thank everyone.

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David NadolnyOn behalf of everyone, you are welcome

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Jimmy GunningI did my part!

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Ted KimballAnxiously awaiting delivery of my copy.

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Jim EckenrodeI bought mine at Sams' Wholesale the day it came out.

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Ron FonstadCongrats Clive! Can't wait to read it!

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Jeff GreerReading on Kindle now

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Mary Duffy AdamsHooray! I am close to finishing this one, and I have enjoyed it very much!

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Kaye Richardsongot my kindle edition the day it came out, have to finish Cutthroat first

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Vincenzo SantonocitoWhen in italian?

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Sonya Iannone HeilmannI just started reading it yesterday!

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Rob FulfordCan't Waite for a good summer read!

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Beth AnnJust got my signed copy. Thank You Clive Cussler and The Poisoned Pen Bookstore I can't wait to starting reading!

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John WhitakerJust finished reading it. Great book, waiting for the next.

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Thomas HoganLook forward to reading it, coming with books I ordered for my Dad for Father's Day.

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Adrian LuxonReading it on my Kindle now

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Mayang AbitonaI just got!!😘😘

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Jimmy StokesWell deserved

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Pamela Hall SeayI am reading it right now! A page turner for sure! Love it!

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Jesse WoodrumGot mine..thanks

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Angela MarchantGreat book, as usual.

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Roma BullmanWoo-hoo!

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Ann SmithI have just ordered, should arrive tomorrow. Looking forward to it. Love Dirk but also very fond of Kurt 😀

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Kristina LaverdureListening to it right now!

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Steve ClarkeJust finished it on Kindle,great read as always clive

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Linda WilsonCongratulations! I ordered a signed copy at Barnes and Noble. Reading it now. Love it!

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It was 73 years ago the soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division landed on Omaha Beach. Will you join me in reflecting on their sacrifice on the anniversary of this D Day?

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Sue Norris ElliottSometimes Thank you doesn't seem like it's enough. 💗💗💗

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Morne WolfaardtRespect to each and every soul that landed on that beach!

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Richard EdenWe owe them so much.

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Dennis PressleyThanks Big Red One, and all on this day!

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Dave PetersonThanks to the Screaming Eagles and all those who dropped in!

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Jack CrandallI'm remembering my father who brought members of the big red 1 to the beach in a LCVP thank you Dad , thanks for the greatest generation.

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Mark HinrichIn memory of those who gave all, so we can be free

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Jon Paul CroweMy family Sgt Paul Regosch 29th Inf 118 Div Omaha beach survivor PFC Patrick McFadden 30th Inf 119 Div Omaha Beach survivor, KIA during a battle to take another town. US Army WAC MP Margaret McFadden.

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Pat Wolph Van DurmeThese men, like my father, came back very changed and yet continued to work and live their lives and for the most part work past what they saw and did. my father had nightmares for his entire life but was one of the strongest men I ever knew. Bless them all for the gift of their lives both physical and mental that they gave to keep this world safe.

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Cindy Wolfe HudyThank you for your service.

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Pierre Thevenontous les français ne vous ont pas oublier en ce jour une petite pensee pour tous ces jeunes gens qui ont payer le prix fort pour notre libertee un trés grand merci

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Patrick BonneelWe ow these brave soldier our freedom and our way of life. We have to remember. It's with respect that we honor them. Tonight a candle will burn for them.

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Yvonne MonhartMost of them where just kids, so brave,so many didn't come home.

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Jean François PerrierThanks for all of them

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Mike SmithDon't forget there were other nationalities landed on that great day on other beaches in Normandy - take a few minutes to remember all who gave every thing for us.

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Mary LeonardMy brother born on D-Day 1944!

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Randall Lang CullenFranklin D Roosevelt

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Donna P. MosesIf you see a vet THANK A VET ! :)

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Céline BarroisI shared , greetings from France ; I respect those valiant soldiers and I don't forget those who fought during W.W. I too !

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Marco PaganiAmerican Cemetery. For reflecting. In memory heroes

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Justina Fe MarinaI will remember. A horrible war. Thank God for Generals McArthur and Patton.

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Weston Lowehardcore warriors. rest in our memories forever. moe moe aku matua . Aotearoa

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Olivier DreuxMerci d être venue nous délivré.

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Glyn BonserBrave young men never forgotten been to that beach and paid my respects.

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Scott KesslerThanks and god bless those that made it through and those that gave up thier lives for us.

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Did you know that todays popular National Donut Day was started in 1938, by the Salvation Army to honor women who were serving  donuts in 1917, World War I ? The donut lassies” were women who served free donuts to soldiers on the front lines.

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Nichole DillsIf I was a donut lassie, they would only serve coffee because I would have eaten all the doughnuts. Lol

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Mike D GolliherVery cool

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Mark HoltActually didn't know that until today. I learn something new every day. Now if I could just remember it all.

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George Eddie Hoverand they didn't charge for them like the red cross

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Jason WallaceAmanda Michael Wallace did you know this?

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Ronald MyersBack then making donuts was a big job. And that made them a special treat. Cheers!

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Hazel Pj GreyI used to play with my grandpas helmet

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Lynda Rupe HarrisMany salvation units still do it today. They get the coffee and donuts donated.

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Ron Martin-DentWhy they called "the Yanks" doughboys.

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Vance YorkClive, what was the treat in your Dad's Army?

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Kendrick LesterNicole Dodge

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Carol BahrSorry Clive. My Father served in Korea. Yes, the USO had coffee, but insisted on payment before they they would give anything.

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Charlie TredreaHow brave they were!

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Jody DanielsI did not know that. Thank you

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Eddie BothaUitsondelike diens wat hul gelewer het.

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Jeff KitchenNow it's for the fat piggies 🤔🤔🤔

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Dan FloryThank you for sharing that tidbit of history with us.

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Janice DeJongeNice tidbit!

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Richard MartinNice to learn something new

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Steve LaCombeDonuts were made by hand before the 1930's.

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Jim BurtonMy grandfather James smith was in front lines in France

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Mike PriceChecked out your superb auto musem recently. Alas, no donuts.

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Fernand MorinM'y

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George McVickerWe called them " Donut Dollies" when I was in Viet Nam, 68-69. They brought them out to the "grunts" in the field (they didn't stay long) they were brave young Ladies !

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On this Memorial Day please join me in remembering the fallen who lost their lives serving and their families who miss them.

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Michael SnellGod bless them all

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David HearneAs an ex- Brit serviceman of 16 yrs, God Bless your fallen, and ours, and our allies.

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Patrick LawrenceAnd with champagne popsicles

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Milburn Eugene HornbackMay each persons grave have a quarter placed on the stone.

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James David KirwanFor all those who fought and died so that we could live our lives without the threat of dictatorship

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Susan BondAnd those who are still in harm's way

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Kimberly McCormickTo all the members of our military, past, present, and future.....Thank You For Your Service.🇺🇸️☮️

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Weston Lowewe in New Zealand, remember them. all of them!

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Thomas KinsellaWe in Scotland will always remember those who have fallen, they deserve respect for the service they gave to their country 💖💖

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Brenda Nelsonuncle Richard Nelson who never got to come home to his family

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Nola CaldwellYes praise God for their bravery and love to families who've lost their loved ones all for our freedom.

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Daniel MackeyPraise the soldiers for their bravery...

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Joanne StephensThey didn't loose their lives, they gave them for us. I will remember them as heroes no matter if they are white, red, brown, black, Thank you all.

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Ron BellchambersAlways remembered all Brave men and women.

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Tracy BrownGot a couple. Bowed my head and wept today thinking of them. Not the only time I do, but maybe it's a function of the joyous barbeque across the street that makes me today.

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Rena JordanWent 2 cemetery yestday & had my chat w/Tom. Cemetery full of visitors - I was sad- always sad & always proud!

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As the release of NIGHTHAWK is days away, I wanted to thank my fans who’ve been sharing their excitement with me through social media. Especially fans of NUMA, my National Underwater and Marine Agency, my real life NUMA adventures and of course, Kurt Austin. store.poisonedpen.com/?STG=1552361162&q=h.tviewer&using_sb=status&qsb=keyword&so=oh&searchtype=ke... ... See MoreSee Less

As the release of NIGHTHAWK is days away, I wanted to thank my fans who’ve been sharing their excitement with me through social media. Especially fans of NUMA, my National Underwater and Marine Agency, my real life NUMA adventures and of course, Kurt Austin. https://store.poisonedpen.com/?STG=1552361162&q=h.tviewer&using_sb=status&qsb=keyword&so=oh&searchtype=keyword&qs=nighthawk

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Alan CameronCan't wait to get my hands on it.

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Jenny BeckinghamPhyl Taylor

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Cindy McCullough LeCroyThe adventures I would love to live. Keep them coming

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Phyl TaylorLikewise, my late friend and I used to exchange his books xx

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Robert EisenhardtYours is a full life in every respect and great achievements, plus having the sanity to survive the 1981 film we never mention of course. (LOL - I liked the music too).

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Gene DavisLove your work Clive Cussler... keep em coming

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Geoff ChamberlainWhere can one of those shirts be had ?

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Bonnie J BowersI'm finishing up "Cutthroat". It's so interesting I can barely stop reading it. My husband said something to me and I yelled "WHAT!" Lol, I didn't want to be disturbed as I was at a really good part. Lol....

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Clark D HurlburtI see TIGHAR is launching a new initiative to search for the White Bird, this time in Newfoundland. I still like your Maine theory.

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Jerry FleggLove all your books especially Dirk Pitt and now getting in to the Isaac Bell stories

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Dan-el PonathJust finished Cutthroat and as usual kept me excited for the next CC novel!

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Christopher PoppLooking forward to add another book to the library.

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Marsha Dyson YoungThank you Clive Cussler for all your hard work & bringing us awesome adventures .

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Lee CarmenatesCant wait,,

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Lee CarmenatesLove your shirt too

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Patrick MurphyGreat photo

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David HallLooking good

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Dan CrocchiMr Cussler, I really enjoy all of your books. I listen to audio books in my commute to work. It can be hard to get out of my car when I get to work, I am so wrapped up in the story. Thanks!

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David HarrisKeep them coming!

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Debbie Winkand thank you for entertaining us all these years, we appreciate you!!

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Bryan MilneMervat Anne

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Paula McClean<3 <3 <3

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Cristian GalloI'm nostalgic about Dirk Pitt

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Jonathan HillCan't wait

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Jess CondeMy mother,brother and I, all read your books(love them).I'm also raising two book worms and pass what I love onto them.Thank you for making family time into reading time and a PASSION for not just myself....but for my family as well!

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