If you like Clive Cussler...

Are you one of Clive Cussler's many fans?  Novelist, your Community Library's readers' advisory tool, describes this prolific author as "the quintessential Adventure writer."  If you enjoy the fast-paced adventure stories that are the hallmark of Cussler's work, you might also like some of the titles currently on display downstairs in the fiction section.  Selections include:
  • The Six Sacred Stones - A sequel to Seven Deadly Wonders finds soldier Jack West, Jr., and his elite team working to counter the efforts of a dark cabal that has been steadily undermining their past efforts with the intent of staging a catastrophic attack.
  • The Exodus Quest - Archaeologist Daniel Knox must crack one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the ancient world if he is going to exonerate himself from suspicion of murder and save his partner, Gaille, who has been kidnapped from the crumbling set of Egyptian ruins. A sequel to The Alexander Cipher.
  • The Lucifer Code - Abducted during a visit to Turkey, Thomas Lourds is ordered by his murderous captors to translate a lost scroll attributed to the Book of Revelations' John that is being sought aggressively by dangerous, powerful groups for its potential capacity for triggering the Apocalypse.
  • The Devil Colony - After a mountainside massacre yields a grim message, Painter Crowe, director of Sigma Force, must join with Commander Grayson Pierce and an unlikely ally if he is going to get to the root of a conspiracy that stretches back to a lost prehistoric colony in America. By the best-selling author of The Doomsday Key.
  • Hawke - A modern-day swashbuckler and one of England's most decorated naval heroes, Lord Alexander Hawke heads for the Caribbean on a top-secret mission for the U.S. government, to locate an experimental stealth submarine, built by the Soviets just prior to the end of the Cold War, which has fallen into the hands of an unstable government planning a preemptive strike against the U.S. 

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