Iceberg

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Pocket Books, Mar 1, 1988 - Atlantic Ocean - 296 pages
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Frozen inside a million-ton mass of ice-the charred remains of a long missing luxury yacht, vanished en route to a secret White House rendezvous. The only clue to the ship's priceless-and missing-cargo: nine ornately carved rings and the horribly burned bodies of its crew.

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User Review  - nwdavies - LibraryThing

Highly sexist and homophobic (makes James Bond books look positively feminist) but, like the James Bond books, has to be read in the context if its time. Once you get over that you have an ok thriller ... Read full review

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User Review  - readafew - LibraryThing

This book was a fun rump, but Pitt was borderline a Mary Sue. He always seems to be one step ahead of most people and can accomplish the almost physically impossible. While it's a fun 'good guys ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
24
Section 3
35
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Clive Cussler was born in Aurora, Illinois on July 15, 1931. He attended Pasadena City College for two years before enlisting in the United States Air Force during the Korean War. After his discharge from the military, he worked first as a copywriter and later as a creative director for two of the nation's most successful advertising agencies. At that time, he wrote and produced radio and television commercials that won numerous international awards, including one at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. He began writing in 1965 and published his first novel featuring Dirk Pitt in 1973. His first non-fiction work, The Sea Hunters, was published in 1996. He has written over 50 books including the Dirk Pitt series, the NUMA Files series, Oregon Files series, Isaac Bell series, and the Fargo Adventure series. He is the Chairman of NUMA (National Underwater and Marine Agency), a non-profit group which he founded. He and his crew of marine experts and NUMA volunteers have discovered over 60 historically significant underwater wreck sites.

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