Author Archives: Hiram Yeager

Poisoned Pen Bookstore Photo Contest

To celebrate the send-off of the latest adventure with Dirk Pitt® in the upcoming novel POSEIDON’S ARROW, the Poisoned Pen Bookstore is holding a photo contest where you are asked to submit photos of you with Clive Cussler. 1st Place: more »

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Poseidon’s Arrow Event & Signing at Arizona Biltmore

Clive and Dirk Cussler will sign POSEIDON’S ARROW, a new Dirk Pitt® adventure, at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix on November 13, 2012 from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at an event organized by The Poisoned Pen bookstore. Clive and more »

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NUMA Diver & Historian Dies

Wes Hall, a member of the Clive Cussler dive team that found the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley, died Monday. He was 59. Hall, who grew up in Kansas, earned his master’s degree in maritime history after retiring from the U.S. more »

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Built for Adventure Book Signing

I hope to see you at the book signing for Built for Adventure: The Classic Automobiles of Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt. I’ve been wanting to share the classic car collection of both Dirk Pitt and myself with my fans more »

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Postscript from The Sea Hunters

by Clive Cussler and Craig Dirgo True Adventures with Famous Shipwrecks There aren’t many thrills that parallel that of swimming through a shipwreck. I’ve always compared it to walking through a cemetery. You can sense and sometimes visualize the ghosts more »

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Hunley Resurfaces

by J. A. Hitchcock She’s smaller than originally thought, and her bow is curved, not square. These are among the first mysteries solved by the raising of the Civil War submarine H. L. Hunley after 136 years on the bottom more »

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Interview with Dr. Clive Cussler

by Marc Levesque Replicated with the author’s permission; this article appeared on the Time2watch Web site. Over the years I have been very fortunate to have reviewed some of the finest wristwatches in the world, but nothing has given me more »

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Review of Trojan Odyssey

by Mary Connealy There is a touch of Dirk Pitt in the soul of every man who longs for adventure. I could search through the whole book and not find a better quote to reflect this novel. I’d change one more »

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Report of John Paul Jones

[From contemporary copy in the Library of Congress. Spelling and capitalization closely followed.] ON BOARD THE SHIP OF WAR SERAPIS, AT ANCHOR WITHOUT THE TEXAL, IN HOLLAND, Octr. 3, 1779. HONORED & DEAR SIR, When I had the honor of more »

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1950 Airliner Crash Still a Mystery

Debris found near Benton Harbor after plane carrying 58 disappeared. BY JAMES PRICHARD Associated Press Writer April 01. 2007 Click Here for Original Article HOLLAND, Mich. — Capt. Robert Lind struggled to keep the DC-4 aloft during the raging thunderstorm more »

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