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When Wilbur Wright took King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy for a flight this week in 1909, a cameraman filmed it - - the 1st motion picture from an airplane in flight. I think you’ll be impressed by the world's most advanced aircraft ever designed in my new NUMA FILES! Coming 5/30 you can pre-order signed copies of NIGHTHAWK ow.ly/aySJ30bcTCU ... See MoreSee Less

When Wilbur Wright took King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy for a flight this week in 1909, a cameraman filmed it - - the 1st motion picture from an airplane in flight. I think you’ll be impressed by the worlds most advanced aircraft ever designed in my new NUMA FILES! Coming 5/30 you can pre-order signed copies of NIGHTHAWK http://ow.ly/aySJ30bcTCU

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Dave NormanHave any of your books been used in movies?

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Karl SumpterLooks like another week with no sleep !!!😎

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Gem TonyI need to dirk and Al,,no more

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Peggy BlaisOops great

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Jeff PelphreyWas worse than Sahara. Pitt was a short actor. Mr. Cussler hated it so bad and stated he would never allow it again. He had no say in the the Titanic movie but did in Sahara.

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Ben OwenYou keep writing them, I'll keep reading them

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John FarrIs 5/30 the ship date or delivery date?

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Douglass WeymouthI'd like an Issac Bell novel or two turned into a movie.

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Daniel BallardCan't wait I love all your books

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Roger SattlerOh great a new series... Gonna need another book shelf.

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Susan MogerNighthawk sounds great. Clive Cussler has been my favorite author for over 30 years. I am so glad I got to meet Clive and Dirk at a book signing a few years back.

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Nic DyckAwesome

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Christine GreenwoodWOW!

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Randy HendersonYeah casting has made the movies suffer. That being said the only actor working today who could play Dirk Pitt is Joe Manganello. I think he could do a find job and looks like the description of Pitt and who I envision in the part. I love the Fargo series, Kurt Austin and Juan Cabrillo and the gang.

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Kevin ThomasCan't wait

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Kevin ThomasWaiting for a new Cabrillo book

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William ZilberA new one? Can't wait!

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Coral OpsAlready ordered! And if I can put off reading for two weeks when I get it have a book for my next long flight!

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Pete EmmertRight on! been missing Kurt n Joe

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Rob ThueI cannot wait sir! Please keep them coming!

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Beverly Kilgannonnighthawk? isn't that an old book???

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John CareyI enjoy them all.

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Ruth NewtonThe gentleman I lend your Books to, Personally Messaged me to tell me you have a new Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala novel! We are ecstatic !

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Kelly DodsonCan't wait!!

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Dave PetersonJust ordered a signed copy.

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Which one of my adventures on your shelf is the one you’ve read more than once? Many of you from around the world (including Australia and Canada) shared your thoughts on WORLD BOOK DAY with me on FB and my twitter twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL I'd enjoying hearing more! ... See MoreSee Less

Which one of my adventures on your shelf is the one you’ve read more than once? Many of you from around the world (including Australia and Canada) shared your thoughts on WORLD BOOK DAY with me on FB and my twitter https://twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL  Id enjoying hearing more!

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Philip Heath JacobsEverything from The Oregon series!

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Brianne IngrahamEvery Dirk Pitt and most Oregon Files.

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Lisa Kokx ShockeyJust one?! I've read all of them more than once!

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Robert GonkoCyclops, Deep Six, and several others

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Thomas ParkerEvery one of them have been multi times. Always find something I missed.

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Nick EllardI'm about to reread Treasure, by far the most underrated Dirk Pitt book.

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Mike CannonAll of them

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Erik Wobst"Sahara"!

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Jim AnnableThe Sea Hunters

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Andre JimmoThe Wrecker, and most of the Oregon Files.

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Christine CunninghamAll of your early ones over and over

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Geoff PrattTREASURE and CYCLOPS.

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Sandra RocchettiTutti quelli con DIrk Pitt

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Warren WhitbyNight Probe. I think its the best book you've ever written!

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Hadassa WienerRaise the Titanic

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Dorothy TowneI have read all of your books, and I'm getting old, so now when I re read them, it's like they are all new again.

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Cliff SchenkOne? Try all of them!!

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Tina JenkinsValhalla Rising

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Simon GrayRaise the Titanic about 6 times all other Dirk Pitt at least 4 times

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MattCarlene SoderbergVixen 03

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Susan Bredberelol. all of them. I read them all then go back and start again .

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Mick HooperDirk Pitt, Oregon, Fargoes adventures.......you name it any of your books are worth more than one read and I enjoy them every time almost as much as the first. Thankyou so much for writing such entertaining books

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Carol PausRaise the Titanic, Pharoah's Secret, Havana Storm, Poseidon's Arrow, Pacific Vortex, Night Probe, Atlantis Found, Ghost Ship, Vixen 03, Iceberg, Mediterranean Caper, Trojan Odyssey, Sahara, Cyclops, Black Wind, The Wrecker, and many others!!!!

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Scott ColwellSahara was a two read book.

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Padraic O'LearySahara has always been my favorite. I have a dog-eared copy and a hardcover too. My dad tried to get me interested in your novels when I was younger, but I had other books to read. I wish I had read them sooner. My dad's favorite was Raise the Titanic. I'm currently enjoying your Issac Bell series. Dirk Pitt, Al Giordino, and Pitt's kids are always a joy to read!

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Clive Cussler shared Isaac Bell's photo.

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I recall the news this week in 1912 that the RMS Carpathia brought 705 survivors from the RMS Titanic into New York. It braved dangerous ice fields and diverted all steam power to her engines in atte...

Isaac Bell has his own Facebook page. Have you seen the detectives postings? I hope youll LIKE his page as well at  Isaac Bell

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Joe FerinaThat's the ship my grandfather came to the US on.

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James LightnerThe Carpathia also brought back the Titanic's lifeboats. They weren't sure what to do with them, so they tied them up at the White Star pier, where the Titanic should have been.

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Don HartwickIsaac....when the Carpathia docked....did anyone mention a tall safe in the cargo hold? It would have been near the Renault Town Car.... Were there wispers of Byzantium aboard? Just wondering....we had a diver on the wreck long before Ballard *discovered* her....

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Jan SmithIsaac is my least favorite of your heroes. He doesn't seem real. But love Dirk and Juan. Especially that ship.

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John O'HearnConsidered one of the greatest marine disasters in recorded history, the story of RMS Titanic begins in Southampton, England on April 10, 1912, when the vessel left on her maiden voyage. For some of those who lost their lives aboard the ill-fated ship, Halifax, Nova Scotia is where the story ended

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Nancy NovacekJust finished your creation, "The Cutthroat" and love it!

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Jean François PerrierDone

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Donna ThomasJust bought Cutthroat. Looking forward to this new adventure!

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Dorothea Lucas PyleMy grandparents and other relatives are buried in Fairview Cemetery in Nova Scotia. They have a good size obelisk. A few feet from them are white markers, where the unknown people are buried. They washed ashore after the disaster of the sinking of the Titanic.

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Marta CanepaThank you so much for this character I really love him and his girlfriend! A big hug from Italy

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Kathy KirchnerI'm sorry, I have tried so hard to like Isaac Bell. I've read every book, but they just don't grab me like every other series does. I think I figured out a big reason why as I was reading "The Cutthroat". Good story, but it was all Isaac Bell. All Bell, all the time. All Bell, ordering everyone around and being the Super Hero. Characters like Archie Abbott (who I assumed was supposed to be the Al/Joe of this series) make an appearance for a paragraph every hundred pages or so. It's just not as interesting.

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Christian Edward SauerI owned a dance card from the Carpathia two weeks before the Titanic

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Francisco LamoWhat a mess. . .

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Tripp JonesThe Fargos need their own FB page!

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John Taylor'Raise The Titanic' was the first Clive Cussler book that I read, then I read lots more, 'Iceberg' 'Mayday' 'Dragon' 'Sahara' etc, etc, but strangely the one I enjoyed the most was, 'Vixen 03' now that would make a good movie!

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Debbie Berndt HewittI think NUMA deserves it's own page!!!!! Would love to see photos/illustrations of sites under exploration!!!

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Dale JenkinsRaise The Titanic, Sahara, we need more movies. Love this stuff! I keep reading more.

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Had a hectic month leading into Easter. Just submitted two manuscripts, and I’m editing two completed manuscripts and plotting three new books. But Janet and I were able to take a breather and enjoy an Easter brunch at our home in Arizona with friends and family that were in town visiting. We didn’t get to color any Easter eggs this year. I’ll miss those deviled eggs tomorrow. I hope your Easter bunny had all his ears! Happy Easter! ... See MoreSee Less

Had a hectic month leading into Easter.  Just submitted two manuscripts, and I’m editing two completed manuscripts and plotting three new books. But Janet and I were able to take a breather and enjoy an Easter brunch at our home in  Arizona with friends and family that were in town visiting. We didn’t get to color any Easter eggs this year.  I’ll miss those deviled eggs tomorrow. I hope your Easter bunny had all his ears! Happy Easter!

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Robert DavisYou must have a head full of stories!! What talent you have. Love your books. Happy Easter.

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Gary L. BakerLooking forward to your New works!!. My favorite author!!. May your family time be lovely and joyful !!.

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Catherine Corley SansonHappy Easter to you!

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Sandra RocchettiBuona Pasqua e buon lavoro

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Keith ClarkeHow About A Book With A Canadian Theme? Have All Your Books. Keep Them Coming!

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Stephen DowlingYou are blessed my friend! Happy Easter!

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Annette LukasavitzA joyous Easter to you and your family. Glad to hear you have more books in the wings. I live for your books, love all your characters, have shared your books with my children, etc. You are my most favorite author of all time!

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Jared Alexander BennettHappy Easter from our family to your family.

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Craig WichmannI just finished The Gangster yesterday. Absolutely loved it!

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Chris N Christy BakerHappy Easter!!!

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Jeramiah MaynardHappy Easter from West Texas. Have a blessed one!

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Anita BrayleyHappy Easter to you and yours, Mr. Cussler.

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Cabot BardenHappy Easter to you too my friend. Thanks again for all you have done for me in the past. Number one favor was inspiring me to write. My 8th book was just published today, called Muscogee Red Dawn. As we say in Irish, seo a eachtraiochta. (Here's to adventure).

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Brian MyersHappy Easter!!!

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Lesley ScaifeI'm glad you enjoyed your Easter break. I'm Looking forward to another exciting read.

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Patrick MurphyHappy Easter

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Christine RichmondLove your books, please keep going as long as you can!

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Amy SturmanDirk the collie says Happy Easter!! 😁🐥🐰💐

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Dirk PittDo you have any plans to put your own talent back to paper for which your true admirors have missed for several years. Your talent is unequalled and i for one have missed it immensely over the last many years. No more shall i say on the matter. Dirk out.

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Egil BirkelandHappy Easter to you Cussler, from Norway.

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Carolyn PeteHappy Easter,Sir :)

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Gene DavisHappy Easter to you Mr. Clive Cussler love your work

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Monalisa Turner NortonHappy Easter Sir. From your Friends in Texas, Michael and Monalisa 🕊

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Paola Canovahappy Easter

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Antonietta IannellaHappy Easter!

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In the spirit of National Pet Day, I'd enjoy seeing photos of your pets. In the Cussler house our pets love to pose. How about yours? ... See MoreSee Less

In the spirit of National Pet Day, Id enjoy seeing photos of your pets. In the Cussler house our pets love to pose. How about yours?

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Mehmet Guven Gencay1 :)

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Bert Gevera PiedmontRescue Siamese #1

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Bert Gevera PiedmontRagdoll #1

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Richard O'ReillyThank you, Sir, for sharing.

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Scott FeltenGood looking group. Do I spy a Bassett hound in the shot? Here's my girl.

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Kathy ShankLulu.

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Lynne Braleychip & cookie

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Alexis MaureenMine, not so much. But here's Coal, our 4th Scottish Terrier. Enjoy your books a lot! Thanks for the hours of enjoyment.

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Brianne IngrahamCaptain Jack Sparrow

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Louise Mills McKillopHere are our babies, Bella & Yuri.

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Hardy WhiteA little posing never hurt.

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Barbara Van AchterberghWhen they are in the mood Seven and Ricky will pose 😹

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Ian McCormackThor the bearded dragon

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Sean MurphySirius, loves to Derp!

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Karen DeakinOne of my cats, Flame, posing on my clean bedding

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Will you be celebrating National Beer Day today? Today in 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the bill allowing people to brew, sell and drink beer. Isaac Bell and his friends will be reminiscing about his adventures in The BOOTLEGGER. Cheers! ... See MoreSee Less

Will you be celebrating National Beer Day today? Today in 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the bill allowing people to brew, sell and drink beer.  Isaac Bell and his friends will be reminiscing about his adventures in The BOOTLEGGER.  Cheers!

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Jared Alexander Bennett🍺

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Adelbert Hollandoh definitely. Got a microbrewery right down the street from me. Gonna try some home brews from different folks.

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Rineke JongeneelCheers,Clive Cussler.

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Aila Hepo-oja

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Del LockeI'm reading it now.

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Barbara Schubarthwaiting for another Oregon

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Jim Allen-BosworthBiggest mistake an otherwise good president ever made.

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Veijo LaluI have to open beer...

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RA GoetschOlympia beer, my brothers.

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David Hazeltonno beer for me I am allergic to alcohol.

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Sharon MatherFunny, Clive, am reading it right now...Isaac's just heading up towards my neck of the woods - Detroit - after leaving New York, in pursuit of a Russian bad guy.

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Sam Calkinsahoy Mr Cussler, here is some pirate rock to celebrate too, www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXEcSZdFvIE

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Samuel WorstellCelebrating diligently!

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Dan FreemanEvery day!

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Arjen de Haan🍻

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Ron LittleNow this the way to indulge...

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Wayne GrowDaily.

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Riley AdairAn inspiration

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Melanie DoranDuane Doran, have some beer: Prost 🍻

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Vince LeonbergerPROST!

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Do you know the origins of April Fools' Day? While I was doing some research yesterday I came across this interesting bit of information. April Fools' Day goes back to 1582 and the French Revolution. The country changed to the modern Gregorian calendar from the Julian calendar. The old calendar celebrated the new year starting the third week of March and ending on April 1. Since news didn’t travel fast, not everyone knew of the calendar change and continued to celebrate the new year on April 1 instead of January 1. This led to playing tricks on the unknowing on April 1! Fact or fiction? April Fools? ... See MoreSee Less

Do you know the origins of April Fools Day? While I was doing some research yesterday I came across this interesting bit of information. April Fools Day goes back to 1582 and the French Revolution. The country changed to the modern Gregorian calendar from the Julian calendar. The old calendar celebrated the new year starting the third week of March and ending on April 1. Since news didn’t travel fast, not everyone knew of the calendar change and continued to celebrate the new year on April 1 instead of January 1. This led to playing tricks on the unknowing on April 1! Fact or fiction?  April Fools?

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Todd HoljesonCool beans, thanks.

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Sheila McConnellSounds good to me.

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Larry BarnesI cannot prove or disprove this statement but it sounds good to me. Let's roll with it.

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Robert BensonJust over 1/2 Way thru the Gangster Clive - great read on this stormy day on Cape Cod.

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Albert Veeneman1 april 1572 the dutch "watergeuzen" used a trick to liberate the city of Den Briel from the spanisch duke Alva Thats the explanation we learn😊

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Skip DavisonThere are other stories going back to the days of the Romans, Constantine I, and his Jesters.

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Debbie Winkvery interesting

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Carolyn E ClarkI never knew .but awesome to learn.thank you for sharing

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Bob Warburton1582 - The French Revolution?

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Karen KlingerFact

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Thomas LawlorFiction. French revolution was much later. It is called April Fish in France though. Don't know why.

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Bradley ScottI always thought it was because Christian's had a different calendar to pagans who celebrated New Years on the 1st of April so the Christians would make fun of the pagans and call them April fools.

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Vinny OzorioI wonder how many people were born on the 32nd + of March ??

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Ron LittleFiction

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Ken KemptonAmerica has already been fooled and he is in he White House

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Steven CoxNo, Ken, He finally got out of the white house and our pockets!

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Stephen BerntsenFiction

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Beverly StapleyPicked up your new book for hubs, he'll enjoy that.

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Francisco LamoFact and fiction. . .

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Jim HawkinsFrench Revolution was in 1782, 200 years later

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Nicholas Pittockso why is it you become a fool after midday

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Diann DoughertyJust got the Cutthroat to read

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Eric van der WeeleIn April 1, 1572, the duke of Alva lost the dutch city Den Briel to the dutch partisans. Since that day, the dutch make fun on this day, as it was the start of the victory over the Spanish.

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Clive Cussler shared Isaac Bell's post.

Isaac Bell is also celebrating the news that the NEW YORK TIMES has CUTTHROAT opening at NUMBER ONE on the BEST SELLERS list. We’d like to invite you to LIKE his Facebook page and check out his popular postings at Isaac Bell
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Ford of Britain was incorporated this week in 1911 and then opened the first Ford factory near Manchester. The Trafford Park factory began building the 1st British assembled Model T autos. And it's in...

Isaac Bell is also celebrating the news that the NEW YORK TIMES has CUTTHROAT opening at NUMBER ONE on the BEST SELLERS list.  We’d like to invite you to LIKE his Facebook page and check out his popular postings at Isaac Bell

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Michael WhiteWhen is this released in Britain?

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Judie Heck BoruckiThe book was great, loved it, but I'm a little confused by the epilog.

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Joanne SmithJust finished last night....hubby ready it now. Loved it!......the different twists and turns kept me glued!

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MarioandBonny SmithJust finished and now my wife is reading it. Good book, very good book.

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Tom CockshottReading it now....a very good book

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Ray HarrisonAwesome book!!! 😃

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Catherine Ann LennonJust purchased it. Looking forward to another good read

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Helyn LockyerJust started it probably will be up all night reading

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Robert J French JrGREAT book is this the last of Isaac Bell???

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Diann Doughertygot it today

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Pat FlynnJust finished Cutthroat, PLEASE more Isaac Bell ASAP !! Loved the story !

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Jeff GreerGreat so far! I am about half way through.

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Toby Stahler1911 was a good year.

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Matt AlchinAwesome! it was a week late being released here, finally on the shelves on the 21st, literally everywhere at once! loving it so far!

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Don HartwickBeen puttin the steering on the wrong side ever since.... 😉😜

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What exciting news. Isaac Bell 's new adventure, THE CUTTHROAT will open at #1 on the New York Times Book List. This is the second year in a row. Wow. Thank you. This is really special to me because the plot has to be one of my favorites. I don't want to give anything away for those of you that haven't read it. But I promise to talk about it in upcoming posts. Thank you again. ... See MoreSee Less

What exciting news. Isaac Bell s  new adventure, THE CUTTHROAT will open at #1 on the New York Times Book List. This is the second year in a row. Wow. Thank you. This is really special to me because the plot has to be one of my favorites. I dont want to give anything away for those of you that havent read it.  But I promise to talk about it in upcoming posts. Thank you again.

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Debbie Winkyou deserve the kudos

1 month ago
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Anita BrayleyMy sweet husband bought me my copy yesterday. I'm loving it so far! :-)

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Kaden AdamsRobert Adams have you read this one?

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Marco MartinucciReading it now!!! Love everything you write. I have them all!!!😀😀😀

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Matthew NeermanI got my (signed! Thank you sir! ) copy from The Poisoned Pen earlier this week and an enjoying it immensely. :) :) :)

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Ariana LesserAbigail Grace

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Amy Watkins KensleyJust finished it, and it's wonderful! I buy them and then share them with my father. Isaac Bell is his favorite character!

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Bonnie BowersI bought but haven't read it yet. ...can't wait! I have to finish Odessa Sea yet! !

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Jason MedvedYou deserve it sir, the grandmaster of adventure!

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Elaine VitaleFantastic!

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Daniel BallardI loved the book

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Elizabeth HoisingtonJust started it last night.

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David ReevesJust starting it now . . . I'm sure I will enjoy it.

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Bruce H. ChopnikOn my wish list!!!

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Rick CheslerCongratulations!

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Paul WilliamsGreat book! Listened on audible when first available! Brick does an excellent job reading it!

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Dennis MillerLove the Isaac Bell books!!

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Aspen SilverHawkOutstanding and congrats!!! Well deserved, sir!

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Michael Farnhamgreat book, so Clive how soon till the next one is out?

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Mike ApplebyGreat read - I don't want to put it down!

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Deborah DeeringOk, I sent you a message a couple of days ago. Not sure you got it. I asked you if you took the bank robberies in The Chase from actual incedents or was that all fiction. whiteegret9@gmail. com - Debbe Deering So I'll try writing this here. :)

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Richard CooksonCongratulations!

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Robert BensonReading the Gangster now then that

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Diane QuintCongratulations! Love all your books and own every one of them!

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Dave CawleyWell deserved, Mr C!!!!

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Janet and I enjoyed some fine wine, cigars and appetizers from Marcellino  at a fundraiser for the Soi Dog Foundation. Its dedicated to helping neglected dogs and cats in Asia and we were glad to gather with good friends and help out a good cause.

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Stephen PointAgreed. Plus keep cranking out the novels. May finish Cutthroat in 2 days. Glued. I need a new one in late September. Thanks, your fan.

1 month ago   ·  1
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Robin AdcockAnyone know what kind of cigar Clive likes?

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Ricky MoxonWhen will you be coming over to great Britain for book signing? I would love to meet the person who actually got me to read and get me a signed copy!!!!!

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Dana GolightlyDear Clive please come to colo for a book signing

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Sophie LüdickeCan you come to dresden, germany for book signing? I love your books about dirk pitt and the numa files 💕

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Robert BensonGreat Clive. I started "The Gangster."

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Alan GuntonStop smoking them bloody cigars. We want you round for a while yet ! ! !😡😀

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Terry MichitschYour love of dogs and your efforts to help them earns many points. My wife and I did our part by adopting a loving rescue dog. We love her.

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Elaine Stiffler McCormackGlad you had a good time- I'm hoping to adopt a rescue dog soon. Cheers Elaine 🐩🐩🐩

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Monalisa Turner NortonGood day to you all from Texas The Nortons

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Joe StonerWell done!!!

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Steven CoxThanks for sharing the good times! The best to you all.

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Tom RichterRight on!

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Renato CastellettiWhat cigars r u smoking, Clive?

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Steven CasstevensAnd what is your preferred cigar?

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