Although the first book in Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt Adventure series was "The Mediterranean Caper," which he wrote in 1973, the author's website suggests that people read his 1983 "Pacific Vortex" first. After that, the... More »

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Beginning in 1983, the first few "Dirk Pitt" novels are "Pacific Vortex," "The Mediterranean Caper," "Iceberg" and "Raise The Titanic!" The latest book in the series, "Havana Storm," was published in 2014. A prolific wri... More »

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It is not necessary to read Clive Cussler's books in the order they were written. However, it is suggested that each book be read in order of the copyright date. Each book is designed to function both alone and as part o... More »

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Beginning in 1983, the first few "Dirk Pitt" novels are "Pacific Vortex," "The Mediterranean Caper," "Iceberg" and "Raise The Titanic!" The latest book in the series, "Havana Storm," was published in 2014. A prolific wri... More »

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Clive Cussler is the author or co-author of a number of adventure novels, most recently "Piranha" from the "The Oregon Files" series, "The Assassin" in the "Isaac Bell" series, and "Eye of Heaven" from the "Fargo Adventu... More »

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The official web site for bestselling adventure novelist Clive Cussler provides a complete list of his novels in chronological order. Fans can access the PDF list from the FAQs link and view online or print at their conv... More »

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Clive Cussler's novels are considered either adventure or thriller novels. Thrillers tend to rely on the combination of tension and violence, whereas adventure stories focus more on violence. More »

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