admin | Jul 11, 2013
Forty years ago, Clive Cussler wrote his first novel, The Mediterranean Caper. Already in his mid thirties, this advertising executive
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had no idea what life had in store for him after the paperback publication. His protagonist, Dirk Pitt, became a template for future action heroes and his model of weaving historical events into the basis for modern thrillers is reflected in the works of Steve Berry and Dan Brown. Cussler is active into his eighties, salvaging significant shipwrecks and continuing his writing, albeit now often with the help of co-authors. He explains the process of assembling novels
with others, and often throws curveballs past their pre-arranged plot lines. A lively chat with an old master follows, celebrating the release of his initial novel for the first time in hardcover.
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