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Deep Six

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt, Soviet mind-control of the president, sunken ships, it's all here!

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5/2000

Dragon

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt races to stop a Japanese madman from exploding cars with atomic bombs in them!

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5/2000

Flood Tide

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt stems the flow of illegal Chinese immigrants. Recommended by Kelly.

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3/2000

Iceberg

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt finds a ship frozen in an iceberg. Kind of average, I thought.

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5/2000

Inca Gold

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt and a band of one-dimensional characters search for hidden treasure. Rousing Adventure.

QUOTE:

Then and there he vowed never to complain or make jokes about bologna sandwiches ever again.

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4/2000

Nightprobe!

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt searches for a lost train.

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6/2000

Raise The Titanic!

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt raises, well, the Titanic!

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6/2000

Sahara

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt searches the Niger River for the source of mutagion of a red tide.

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5/2000

Shock Wave

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt searches for the source of a killing sound wave. .

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5/2000

The Mediterranean Caper

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt handles a Nazi on a Greek isle. I think I already read this. Ought to put this list in author order, maybe!

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4/2000

The Sea Hunters

Cussler, Clive
Relates the real adventures of NUMA serching for lost shipwrecks, including the Hunley. .

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8/2000

Treasure

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt find the lost Alexandria library horde! AND stop Egypt and Mexico from being taken over by terrorists!

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5/2000

Valhalla Rising

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt chases around after rune stones, Jules Verne's submarine, and arrogant killer korporations.

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11/2001

Vixen03

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt finds a sunken aircraft and thwarts an African terrorist group, or two.

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5/2000

Matilda

Dahl, Roald
Saw the movie the other night, thought I better read the book! Good story of very smart little girl.

Words I Had To Look Up:

Welcome to borstal (pg. 102) -- An informal term for a British youth correctional facility.

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9/2012

The Mildenhall Treasure

Dahl, Roald
Story of the discovery of a hoard of Roman silver by a fellow plowing a field, and more interestingly, how he didn't profit much from it.

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9/2013

Hard Road

Damato, Barbara
Murder at the Oz Festival in Chicago. There should be an apostrophe between the D and the A in the last name.

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5/2005

The Longitude Prize

Dash, Joan
Biography of John Harrison who built an extraordinary clock accurate enough to calculate the longitude of a ship at sea. Interesting story.

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5/2015

The Death Cure

Dashner, James
Well, things don't quite end up as planned, but there ya go. I hear there's a prequel?

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10/2012

The Kill Order

Dashner, James
A prequel to the Maze Runner series. Too much killing just made me glaze over in the last twenty pages.

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10/2012
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[Abadzis - Alcott] [Alexander - Andreae] [Angelou - Atkinson] [Atkinson - Balliett] [Balliett - Barnard] [Barnard - Barr] [Barr - Barrows] [Barry - Bear] [Bear - Beaton] [Beaton - Beattie, editor] [Beck - Black] [Black - Block] [Block - Bosch] [Bosch - Brillant] [Brin - Bryson] [Bryson - Bujold] [Bujold - Card] [Card - Card] [Card - Chabon] [Chabon - Clancy] [Clancy - Coakley] [Coben - Cohen] [Cole - Collins] [Collins - Connelly] [Connelly - Constantine] [Constantine - Cornwell] [Cornwell - Crais] [Crais - Crime] [Crombie - Cussler] [Cussler - Dashner] [Dashner - DiCamillo] [DiCamillo - Doig] [Doohan - Drake] [Drake - Elkins] [Elkins - Emerson] [Ephron - Fairstein] [Fairstein - Ferber] [Ferris - Flanagan] [Flanagan - Flint] [Flynn - Fournier] [Fowler - Francis] [Francis - Francis] [Francis - Funke] [Funke - Gardner] [Gardner - Gladwell] [Gladwell - Gould] [Grady - Grant] [Grant - Greenleaf] [Greenleaf - Grisham] [Grisham - Haddix] [Haddix - Hall] [Hall - Harper] [Harris - Heinlein] [Heinlein - Heinlein] [Heinlein - Henry] [Henry - Herzog] [Hess - Hiaasen] [Hiaasen - Hillerman] [Hilton - Holman] [Holmes - Huff] [Hughes - Jemisin] [Jemisin - Joyce] [Kabak - Kaminsky] [Kaminsky - Kienzle] [Kienzle - Kingsolver] [Kingsolver - Korman] [Korman - Landry] [Lange - Lawrence] [Lawson - Leonard] [Leonard - Lewis] [Lewis - Lovelace] [Low - Lynch] [Lynch - Maguire] [Malzberg - Martin] [Martin - Massey] [Matas - McCall Smith] [McCall Smith - McCrumb] [McCrumb - Meluch] [Meluch - Monninger] [Montgomery - Moore] [Moore - Muller] [Mulligan - Nimmo] [Nimmo - O'Brian] [O'Brian - O'Brien] [O'Brien - Owens] [Palacio - Park] [Park - Parker] [Parker - Parker] [Parker - Paulsen] [Paulsen - Peck] [Peck - Pfeffer] [Pfeffer - Posey] [Powell - Prager] [Pratchett - Pratchett] [Pratchett - Pronzini] [Pronzini - Pynchon] [Pynchon - Reeves] [Rehder - Riordan] [Riordan - Rose] [Rose - Russell] [Russell - Salzman] [Sansom - Scarborough] [Scattergood - Scott] [Scott - Seiple] [Selznick - Shulman] [Shusterman - Smith] [Smith - Soto] [Sparks - Stark] [Stark - Stephenson] [Stephenson - Stroud] [Stroud - Tapply] [Tapply - Towles] [Townsend - Twain] [Updale - Van Name] [van Vogt - Walsh] [Walsh - Werlin] [West - Westlake] [Westlake - Winchester] [Winchester - Wouk] [Wrede - Zusak] 

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