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Crescent Dawn by Clive Cussler
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Jan 22, 11

Read in January, 2011

I don't know if Dirk Cussler is getting better or if Clive did the heavy lifting on this book, but either way it was the best Dirk Pitt novel since Clive semi-retired. Yeah, it follows the now-familiar Clive plot of having an ancient shipwreck, an early twentieth century disaster and a modern evil megalomaniac trying to do evil megalomaniac-y stuff all tying together as Dirk Pitt, his friends and family at NUMA, and a couple of new characters try to stop the evil megalomaniac-y stuff.

Like I said, standard Cussler. But for the first time since he started co-writing with his son, it all worked. For me, at least.

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