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Craig Dirgo
Craig Dirgo is the best-selling author of numerous novels including The Einstein Papers, The Tesla Documents, Gunnison Grit and New South Britain.One of six children of an Air Force Colonel and a mother who treated dogs like people, he lived on various military bases before dropping anchor in... show more

Craig Dirgo is the best-selling author of numerous novels including The Einstein Papers, The Tesla Documents, Gunnison Grit and New South Britain.One of six children of an Air Force Colonel and a mother who treated dogs like people, he lived on various military bases before dropping anchor in Colorado as a pre-teen.He now lives in Crested Butte, Colorado, where he enjoys skiing, hiking and bicycling. Sometimes when the wind smells just right, he misses the ocean alongside which he was born and spent many a day.For more information about the author and his books go to craigdirgo.com
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BrendaSD
BrendaSD rated it 3 years ago
I was a bit concerned when I started this as many of the reviews commented on it being disjointed and hard to follow due to the large number of characters but I actually found that it worked well. The storyline was structured with multiple discrete episodes that each was pulled into the main storyl...
BrendaSD
BrendaSD rated it 3 years ago
A new Clive Cussler series for me. Different from the Dirk Pitt books I'm most familiar with, this has an ensemble cast. Yes, it still has the classic cars and the detailed technical descriptions, but you don't get the same character building. I am guessing that will happen as I get to know the m...
Armchairdreamer
Armchairdreamer rated it 6 years ago
This is my favorite Clive Cussler series. I am re-reading the series in preparation for the new book, Mirage, coming out in September 2013. Can't wait!
Barbara1951
Barbara1951 rated it 11 years ago
I'm glad I started the Oregon Files books with the 5th one, because this and the second are...awful; well, this one is poor, the second is awful. Way too many cliches. To be fair, I must admit that I intensely disliked the reader of the CDs, so that probably affected my view of the book.
Barbara1951
Barbara1951 rated it 50 years ago
Hard to believe Clive Cussler had anything to do with this book!
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