Raise the Titanic!

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Penguin, Feb 1, 2004 - Fiction - 448 pages
409 Reviews
The President's secret task force has developed an unprecedented defensive weapon that relies on an extremely rare radioactive element--and Dirk Pitt has followed a twisted trail to a secret cache of the substance. Now, racing against brutal storms, Soviet spies, and a ticking clock, Pitt begins his most thrilling mission--to raise from its watery grave the shipwreck of the century...

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Good pace and character development. - Goodreads
Goddamn, Cussler is one clunky writer writer. - Goodreads
Interesting plot and enought action to keep it going. - Goodreads
But it's engaging, easy to read and fun. - Goodreads
The ending is just a bit too far fetched for my taste! - Goodreads
Great story, quick moving, fun plot. - Goodreads

Review: Raise the Titanic! (Dirk Pitt #4)

User Review  - Helen - Goodreads

In my opinion it's not one of the better Clive Cussler books. The ending is just a bit too far fetched for my taste! Read full review

Review: Raise the Titanic! (Dirk Pitt #4)

User Review  - Teo Hoppe - Goodreads

When Robert Ballard discovered the two halves of the HMS Titanic on the floor of the Northern Atlantic any fanciful ideas of raising the ship were dashed. But Clive Cussler's novel and the movie based ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Clive Cussler is the Grand Master of Adventure, and author or coauthor of more than forty previous books, including twenty-one Dirk Pitt® novels, most recently Crescent Dawn; nine NUMA® Files adventures, most recently Devil's Gate; eight Oregon Files books, most recently The Jungle; the Isaac Bell historical thrillers, most recently The Thief; three Fargo adventures, most recently The Kingdom; and young adult novels, most recently, The Adventures of Hotsy Totsy. His nonfiction works include Built for Adventure, The Sea Hunters , and The Sea Hunters II; the latter two describe the true adventures of the real NUMA®, which, led by Cussler, searches for ships of historic significance. With his crew of volunteers, Cussler has discovered more than sixty ships, including the long-lost Confederate submarine Hunley. He lives in Arizona.

Justin Scott's twenty-four novels include The Shipkiller and Normandie Triangle; the Ben Abbott detective series; and five modern sea thrillers published under his pen name Paul Garrison.

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