The Mediterranean Caper
Publish date: April 6th 2004
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Dirk Pitt (#2)
This was the first published book in the best-selling Dirk Pitt series. Lots of adventure, romance, and evildoers to overcome though perhaps a bit dated. Listened the audio version reliably read by Michael Prichard.
Three stars, if I consider it a period piece. :-) Otherwise I would have to slap Mr. Cussler for his portrayal of the woman. Very 1970s.It's short and clearly "early." But it was fun to "see" Dirk in uniform with his gold oakleaves. And as always, Al is a critical element to my enjoyment.
Not nearly as involving and well thought out as Cussler's later books... And the sexism is incredibly obvious! Not one I would reread.
Damn I just love Dirk Pitt! He's not a hottie, heck according to Cussler, he's not even handsome; regardless, he always gets the girl. He's just like MacGiver, from that old TV show. Give him a toothpick and a high heeled shoe and he can get out of any death-defying scrape imaginable. Dirk is qu...
I don't mind some objectionable items but mistreatment of women is one thing I can't abide. Thankfully there was only a small amount of this at the beginning. I am at a loss as to why authors feel that a misogynistic attitude is a must in action books. Dirk Pitt is a dick! This shows in his cavalier...
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