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A selfie of us - as we just became proud owners of a 1929 Packard 640 Custom 8 Phaeton that we found at a car show in Texas. You can check out a few photos of me with the car on my TWITTER and hope you’ll FOLLOW for more of our adventures in Texas twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL ... See MoreSee Less

A selfie of us - as we just became proud owners of a 1929 Packard 640 Custom 8 Phaeton that we found at a car show in Texas. You can  check out a few photos of me with the car on my TWITTER and hope you’ll FOLLOW for more of our adventures in Texas https://twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL

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so will that be on the next book jacket?

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Congrats !

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Another awesome automobile for Isaac Bell I think!!! Best Wishes to you and Mrs. C! :)

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Congratz with a beautifull automobile!

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That is awesome!! Congrats!

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Don't do twitter, so thanks for the fb posts.

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Welcome to Texas. Congrats on the car; I bet it's a beauty. I'm just next to Dallas; It would be a thrill to meet you. Are there any public appearances scheduled?

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You’re awesome, Clive!!! Dirk Pitt rocks!

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Congrats!best wishes to you and Mrs. C...

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Congrats. Wonderful and amazing FIND.

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Wonderful!

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Happy for you! Write faster! :-)

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They are beautiful, I mean both the Ladies...

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I just bought a classic also! So excited for both of us!

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Enjoy!!

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BEAUTIFUL!!

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Good for you!

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Enjoy, but don’t forget to write I need a book or two for my holiday 👍

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you two look great.

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Looking forward to Dirk Pitt's new adventures in it Enjoy!

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Clive's car collection sounds great,hope to see it one day!!

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So who will drive it first? Dirk Pitt, Isaac Bell or the Chairman?

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Will you be my grandpa?

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We are now in Arlington, TX for the Concours d'Elegance of Texas this weekend. Just a bit of fun at the Rangers baseball game, driving my 1932 Lincoln KB on to the field.
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We are now in Arlington, TX for the Concours dElegance of Texas this weekend. Just a bit of fun at the Rangers baseball game, driving my 1932 Lincoln KB on to the field.

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Liz Collum, check this out!

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You should come to the one in Kemah on May 4-5: Keels & Wheels Concours d'Elegance

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God old car... 👏👏

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Awesome

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magnifique !

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You and Wayne Carrini need to get together for an episode of chasing classic cars! If ya haven't yet.

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How great is that! FWIW I’m 50 pages from the conclusion of Typhoon Fury. I sense Raven is about to have a new job... Have a Classic weekend sir. We have much too much in common. From Deep Six to today... we’ve been friends.

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So VERY cool!

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Beautiful car!

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Lucky you . Come see me and take me for a ride. I have every one of your books. Love them all.

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Come to Naples, FL we have some cool cars at car shows

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N ow, that was a Lincoln. Too bad they don't make with that kind of class today. Cheers!

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Wow!! Come to our little town and show off!!

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As soon as I saw this car in my feed you were the FIRST person that I thought of. Sounds like a good time, sir. Keep up the good words. 😉😎

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Very cool. 😊😊

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Classic Clive!! Love it!!!

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Felice per lei amo le macchine d'epoca

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Watcha doing in the back seat!!! love it!

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Nice color combo!

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You da man. ⚾🚘

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Ours is the first weekend in August Vancouver WA

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Looking good

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Cheers Clive!

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It's wonderful doing the things we truly enjoy !!!

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Awesome ride Clive.... Hurry back to Charleston! 😎

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Barbara Bush was and will remain an inspiration to everyone. Our sympathies to her family. She will always remain a First Lady, leading her life with dignity and grace, compassion and integrity.

Janet and I are in Houston where I will be speaking at the Celebration of Reading Dinner to benefit the Barbara Bush Foundation Literacy Programs. Her presence will be sadly missed.
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Barbara Bush was and will remain an inspiration to everyone. Our sympathies to her family. She will always remain a First Lady, leading her life with dignity and grace, compassion and integrity.

Janet and I are in Houston where I will be speaking at the Celebration of Reading Dinner  to benefit the Barbara Bush Foundation Literacy Programs.  Her presence will be sadly missed.

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Clive Cussler... you are a great American! Well said my friend! Thank You!

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Well stated..

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"From sea to shining sea, like Lady Liberty. She reigns over all she sees, She is beauty and she is grace, She is queen of 50 states. She is elagance and taste, she is Mrs United States"

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Thank you Clive; so very well said.

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A classic statement from One who writes magnificently! Thank-You! For doing this great honor!

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Thank you Clive Cussler. Beautifully said.

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Well said, Clive Cussler.

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She was always such an amazing, inspirational person. Someone you wish you were related to.

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A true lady. . . .❤️

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She was a very special Lady

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She was class personified.]

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Thank you! Hugs

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Yes she will. Tough lady and so gracious . I feel for George. He won’t last long I think.

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Amen!

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I wish she was my grandma....

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Thank you for doing this! <3

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Classy lady! Wonderful role model as a mother, wife, First Lady! RIP!

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Intelligent, funny, full of life.

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That is kind of you Sir! I always admired her.

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Someone I always thought would be wonderful to meet...genuine and spirited and compassionate.

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One of the greatest first lady's: )

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Great lady! The definition of "First Lady", she will be missed. 😢

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An American icon. She will be missed

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Even as a Brit, I agree with your sentiment entirely.

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Bless you

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It was today in 1912, the iconic RMS Titanic sank after colliding with an iceberg. I still keep a scale model in my office of the passenger ship. Today we remember the over 1,500 lives she took with her and the heroes who risked their own lives to help the victims. ... See MoreSee Less

It was today in 1912, the iconic RMS Titanic sank after colliding with an iceberg. I still keep a scale model in my office of the passenger ship. Today we remember the over 1,500 lives she took with her and the heroes who risked their own lives to help the victims.

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My great Gran Uncle Daniel Keane was on his way to Louisville to meet his sister, never to make it

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I am retired from the US Coast Guard and appreciate your remembrance of this tragedy. Ever since it happened there has been no reoccurrence. International ice patrol has seen to it. I am also Clive Cussler fan

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I recently re-read Clive's book.

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I take advantage of your post to thank you for your book Raise The Titanic that I love.

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One theory said if she hit head on she may have survived, I don’t know if this still holds true considering that we now have more knowledge of the metallurgy that went into her rivots and plating

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Then Dirk raised it! 👍

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Raise the Titanic was/is one of my favourite pieces of ur writting...loved the un-expected twist at the end

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1st book of yours I ever read and still have the hard cover edition.

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Sort of freaky....I'm half way through Raise the Titanic. Have not read it in quite some time. Dirk and Al at their finest!

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Raise the Titanic was the first Dirk Pitt novel I have read.

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Every time I bought one of your books my late father would hide it till he had it finished first. Definitely great reading was had by all

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Last year I was in Belfast in the Titanic museum and it was stunning and breathtaking.

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Literally sat here looking over ocean dock in Southampton where she left from. Here’s to remembering and learning.

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Mark Hubert

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Clive: I also keep a model of the Titanic on the same shelf as your books. Thanks for so many great adventures!!

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Wasn't it raised a few years ago, by NUMA's Dirk Pitt?

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This ship made me interested in ships and wrecks some 16 years ago...now I’m 18! And of course, I red Raise the Titanic!

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Until Dirk Pitt raised her again.

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My Grandfather always said two tragedies happened this day! The Titanic sank and he was born!

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I saw the Titanic display at the Luxor in Vegas 2 years ago, very emotional. Raise the Titanic was my first Clive Cussler book, beginning of my Dirk Pitt journey.

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ALL THOSE THAT WENT TO MEET OUR GOD,RIP!!!

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Have you seen this yet? youtu.be/SkTe0hCsr-I

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I build model ships....they take about one year to put together ...I can make a model from any ship you choose

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Great writer

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Barb Atos

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For todays National Pet Day I found this photo of me at eight years old with my dog Schnapps and my mother. What wonderful memories! Id enjoy seeing your photos for National Dog Day.

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This is Benny (the little black one) and Jake

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The 4-H: Holly, Harmony, Harlow, and Heidi.

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Schnapps.... great name! Did you know it was booze when you were that youmg?

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Me and Princes Brittany Camille!

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Dakota, Teddy & Scotty

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Coco Chanel and Domino

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Sam. The antler shed hunter.

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Max on the left. Ollie on the right. They are year old brothers. Never had sons but now I know what two 4 year old boys would be like. 😳. They are my heart. 💕🐾

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My father PFC Charlie Welch and his guard dog Patsy WW2

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Sirko (left) and Zelek (right)

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Mocha the Newfoundland and me

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Ozzie after Ozzie Osborne. Don't they have a similar look??

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And Uncle John had a dog called Papst

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My bloodhound Roscoe.

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This J.D., my dachshund pal.

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Here’s my dog. Her name is . . . Sahara!

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Bella and her kitty

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My baby Blue & I.

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Tuckered dogs.....Cody (the Belgian) and Lacey (the Corgi).

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He loves his car rides! :D

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Bruce and Zuma

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El Chapo

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I recieved an overwhelming response on my twitter post for this week's National Library Week. Did a library made a difference in your life? Or a bookmobile? Today, the American Library Association and libraries across the country are celebrating Bookmobile Day as well. You're invited to share your anecdotes here on FB and my TWITTER twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL ... See MoreSee Less

I recieved an overwhelming response on my twitter post for this weeks National Library Week.  Did a library made a difference in your life? Or a bookmobile?  Today, the American Library Association and libraries across the country are celebrating Bookmobile Day as well. Youre invited to share your anecdotes here on FB and  my TWITTER  https://twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL

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Because of my local library, I found and fell in love with your books. :)

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I have used my local library almost all my life.

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I lived in the school library for much of my elementary and junior high years.High school not-so-much,distracted by girls.I'm 52 now & still read a novel a week.

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I like our Montrose Colo. Library. We use it all the time. 😊😊

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Yes indeed! The Wichita Public Library has made a huge difference in my life! And... they have copies of EVERY book you've written as well! :)

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Our daughter had weekly visits to our local library from the time she was four. She developed a love for books, grew friendships with the librarians, volunteered, self published three YA books, works for self publishing company, and is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing. And it all started with a small local library...

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I walked a very long way to our local library as a child, but the books there opened up my world to so many possibilities, and took me away from the unhappy place I lived in. I am still an avid reader and have been reading your books since I found an old paperback introducing me to Dirk, so many years ago. Thank you for all the hours of enjoyment I have had since then . :)

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My mom took me to the library every week, and those visits instilled a love of reading that has never gone away. I'm currently reading The Rising Sea, and I have all of your books - every single one.

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Attended a 1 room school for the first 5 grades, then we were moved to a big new school for the whole area. It had a huge (to me) library with all the books a bookworm could desire. I spent as much time as I could reading fiction and non-fiction, fueling my mind. I took books home, and read them after my homework was finished. Reading was a great escape and an education.

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White growing up my mom was both a public and private librarian. I spent quite a few summer afternoons sitting in the children's room reading one book after another. Saw the movie for "Raise the Titanic" around 5th grade and ever since I sit and wait for each one of your new books to hit the shelves at my public library.

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The local library in Canandaigua, NY. Junior High.That is when my love for reading started. Clive Cussler and Steven King.

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I have always loved the library and I loved the bookmobiles. Constant reading helped me to manage my dyslexia. When I pass my books on to others or donate them to book drives, I feel like I am loosing an old friend but remember the adventure we had together. Your books are the BEST adventures I have had. I discovered your books by accident while stranded at the train station in Avignon, France. I had several hours to wait for the next train and could not get into the town because of flooding and a truck strike. I needed something to read and pass the time so I purchased one of your books. When I got home, I hunted up your books from #1 and have owned them all. I recommend them to everyone. Thank you for your amazing and wonderful talent of story telling. Keep them coming. ❤️ 📚

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Quando ero più giovane, mia madre mi dava il denaro per andare a comprare del vestiario o delle scarpe, io puntualmente li usavo per comperare libri. Quando mia madre mi sgridava le dicevo che i libri sarebbero rimasti per tutta la vita i vestiti e le scarpe no.

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Library's were the only place I felt safe in when I was in school. Still love them now even though they are just a safe haven for me.

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isnt that one of those ancient buildings that once held dusty old tomes that used an archaic numbering system? /sarcasm

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Loved libraries from early childhood on. Library in town, school library, and mobile library growing up in Germany. Reading still is my lifelong passion, and I'm not the youngest anymore! ;)

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When I was nine and developed a foot disease that kept me off my feet most of the time, my mom took me to the library to get some books. I got my very own library card and began to explore. I found books by an author who shared my first name - Victoria Holt. I borrowed my limit and was hooked. I spent most of the summer on a chaise in the backyard reading 📚. Time flew and I lived in the world of old England. I haven't stopped reading and inhabiting other places.

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Old Fort High School library was my home for 4 yrs. I was a librarian my junior and senior year. During that time I read countless books and with the advice of my English teacher, began to write my first book. That was 33 years ago. I am still not published. But I love the idea of putting my own words on paper and reading everything my favorite author, Clive Cussler, writes. ❤

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My mom took us to the library every Saturday during the summer months. Luckily, I grew up in a family of readers. 📚

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When I was 10, my parents bought their first house, dad choose it because he could ride his bike to work at Friendship airport and the Linthicum library was 1/2 block away. I could walk! Back when children were allowed to wander unsupervised. Then 8 years later he died and his dog would run away to find him, librarian would call to let me know Grover dog was there.

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Elizabeth Schultz Olson, my favorite Librarian, meet my favorite author, Clive Cussler, who's books I've been reading since I was 11 years old.

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Been using the library since high school, and I read every dsy.

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The library was always my favorite place to be! I think, I spent more time with my nose stuck in a book, than anywhere else! I love libraries, so much, that I now have one of my own! And there's absolutely no rhyme or reason to it. If you could look at someone's library and get a sense of that person, you'd be confused in mine!

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I cannot afford to buy books, as I get about 8 books every 3 weeks, nd a lkot of them are Cussler books. Getting the books from library allows me to get more books, than I could afford to buy. Can go on website and order books to pick up, which also gives you the new books on hand. .

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I've been a 911 operator for over 18 years and National Telecommunicators Week is the same as National Library Week. I've often considered the idea of writing a book. I think now is the time. We shall see how this new endeavor progresses.

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Have you heard the latest news on Amelia Earhart ? A researcher in Tennessee says it's 99% likely the bones found on a remote Pacific island belong to the aviation pioneer. What do you think? ... See MoreSee Less

Have you heard the latest news on Amelia Earhart ? A researcher in Tennessee says its 99% likely the bones found on a remote Pacific island belong to the aviation pioneer. What do you think?

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Okay she crashed and died on an island! Sad but very plausible!

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So, not on Oak Island?

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Hmmm... Remembering Dirk Pitt's Sahara

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She very much inspired me. Being from only 40 minutes away from where Lindbergh grew up. I think she inspired my father as well as he was a commercial pilot.

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I would agree stranded on an island a.s a slow.death..I believe a man and child Skelton was also found

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I Rather keep the mistery

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The unsolved mysteries episode, and witness reports were convincing to be fair......But it was you who found Kitty....x

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She is in Sahara!

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Too bad the crew from The Oregon weren’t around in those days. Juan would have found a way to save her! 😄

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Any chance of DNA?

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Years ago when the bones were found, they said it was a man, because of the skeletons height. Back then, DNA wasn't done.

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That would settle a long standing unfinished story in the saga of aviation and of Amelia Earhart!

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I think you should write a book explaining it to us.

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Would be good to have closure to the mystery

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I read the story, the problem with it is that the bones are missing now too. He was working with the notes that were taken when they found the bones.

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I am 99 percent sure the researcher probably don't know what he is talking about.

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If they are her bones, then fined the plane. If you can't find the plane, its not her.

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It is plausible but without the bones we'll never know. The Pacific is a big ocean.

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Put the Fargos on the case!

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Nicamura has been a possibility for DECADES. And by the way, shouldn't there be 2 BODIES? What about her navigator, Fred Noonan?

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It would be good to know so it could be put to rest.

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Speriamo....così finalmente ripoda in pace......🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

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She could have died first and the navigator buried her.. But when he died there was on one to bury him. So...his bones and body decomposed and were blown away. Cheers!

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DNA prego

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sounds like a new book comeing our way

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Clive Cussler added 4 new photos.

We're enjoying the colorful flowers in our back yard gardens on this beautiful Easter morning. I put more photos of our vibrant flowers on my twitter twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL Hope you have a beautiful day. Happy Easter.
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Were enjoying the colorful flowers in our back yard gardens on this beautiful Easter morning. I put more photos of our vibrant flowers on my twitter https://twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL Hope you have a beautiful day. Happy Easter.

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I don’t care what you think of the flowers! I care about what Dirk Pitt thinks of them! :P

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Happy Easter Mr. Cussler

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Seems you have many talents -absolutely beautiful

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Gorgeous!

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Happy Easter to you and your family

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Thank you for the beautiful Easter flowers and all the wonderful books.

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Happy easter from belgium. Here there are not much flowers yet because it is still too cold. But it seems that spring will start next weekend with higher temperatures ;)

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Happy Easter Mr. Cussler to you and yours!

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You too Clive!

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Thank you. So pretty!

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Happy Easter.

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Very beautiful! Happy Easter

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Happy Easter!!

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Happy Easter!!

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Happy Easter . beautiful flowers

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Happy Easter...beautiful flowers! Thank you for sharing.

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Happy Easter to you and family

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Happy Easter to you too, from Bucharest! Lovely flowers!😊

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Thanks for sharing, Clive. Happy Easter to you and yours.

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Cool!

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This is Sweden today 😨

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Beautiful.

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Happy Easter 🐣 In Germany it’s cold outside, but my Bourgainvillea is blooming inside the house.😊

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Thank you. Happy Easter to you too.

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Thank you everyone! Here's how we'll be celebrating later. We just found out that THE RISING SEA will debut NUMBER ONE on the NEW YORK TIMES Bestseller List next week!. Hope you enjoy the new Kurt Austin adventure and NUMA Files. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you everyone! Heres how well be celebrating later. We just found out that THE RISING SEA will debut NUMBER ONE on the NEW YORK TIMES Bestseller List next week!. Hope you enjoy the new Kurt Austin adventure and NUMA Files.

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Congratulations!

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I have enjoyed everything you have written!

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That’s a good bottle. Had one last week 👍👍 The book was good too👍👍👍

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Just starting this one!

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Congratulations! !!!

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Just purchased my copy. Can’t wait to dig in.

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Half way through the book

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Just finished the book and I LOVED IT

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Mine is in the mail. can not wait!!!

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Just finished Typhoon Fury!

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mejor imposible...

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Still have to pick up my copy, plan on reading it at the lake place on Lake Pend Oreille near Bayview Idaho, Dirk Pitt and I was the location!

1 month ago
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Just received The Rising Sea. Reading starts now.

1 month ago
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Just a question when does next Issac Bell book come out ??

1 month ago
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I cant put your books away!!!

1 month ago
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Congratulations!

1 month ago
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Hope that’s a bottle of Great Arizona wine!

1 month ago
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Very good book I just finished listening to it on audible

1 month ago
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started and finished reading in 24 hrs. just can't put your books down,

1 month ago
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Just finished this book 📚 very exciting 😇😇

1 month ago
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I was hoping you would be #1. Congratulations, Sir!!! Well earned! Love Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala and the NUMA Files! I had a Nor’easter drop 19” of snow on the debut date and a lot of places closed their business. I did get it as soon as they opened!

1 month ago
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Sempre eccezionale.

1 month ago
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Just started it about 1/2 hour ago. I'm afraid I'll finish it way before I want to

1 month ago
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I'm reading it now

1 month ago
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Can't wait to read that!

1 month ago
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hard to put down.

1 month ago
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read it, loved it. now waiting to see what is next from you

1 month ago
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On a wait list to read this one. Currently reading "Romanov Ransom." Im really enjoying it.

1 month ago
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Samantha Eryn Stadelmyer

1 month ago   ·  1
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I am really looking forward to reading this once I finish Treasure. Only a few chapters left to go.

1 month ago
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It was awesome as always! Thanks

1 month ago
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I'm with Kurt and Joe now in a rain soaked D.C.!

1 month ago
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Need to get my copy, I need a book!

1 month ago
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Reading it right— loving it!

1 month ago
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Currently listening to it on audible

1 month ago
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I need it to read in german but I can't wait

1 month ago
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Reading it now. Love Clive Cussler's books. One of two authors I'll buy new - or pre-order!

1 month ago
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I am in the middle of it now and will happily agree that this is a fantastic story. Swept away for sure!

1 month ago   ·  1
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I want in danish (language) :-)

1 month ago
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Came in mail on saturday!! Stoked.

1 month ago
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Got it read it loved it

1 month ago
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Reading it now!

1 month ago
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Got my copy yesterday

1 month ago
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Just got it and getting ready to start it.

1 month ago
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Looks like a winner! My next read!

1 month ago
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Just picked mine up this week and started to dive right in... been reading him since I was in the 4th grade... that was a long time ago!

1 month ago
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When is Dirk and Al coming back? .

1 month ago

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Enjoyed it very much.

1 month ago
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My next book! My favorite author.

1 month ago
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