Order of Clive Cussler Books
Clive Cussler is an American adventure novelist who is best known for his Dirk Pitt novels. Cussler has appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List numerous times (and counting). He is also a marine archaeologist, which comes in handy because his novels often deal with shipwrecks.
Aside from the Dirk Pitt series, Cussler’s other series include The NUMA Files, The Oregon Files, Isaac Bell and Fargo Adventures. Cussler has also authored four non-fiction books (two involving Dirk Pitt and two on famous shipwrecks) and two children’s books. Cussler often writes alongside a co-author for most of his series other than the Dirk Pitt series. Even his most recent Dirk Pitt novels are co-authored by his son (and namesake of Pitt’s) Dirk Cussler. Below is the order in which Clive Cussler’s novels were published:
Publication Order of Dirk Pitt Books
Publication Order of NUMA Files Books
Publication Order of Oregon Files Books
|The Silent Sea||(2010)|
Publication Order of Isaac Bell Books
Publication Order of Fargo Adventures Books
|The Mayan Secrets||(2013)|
|The Eye of Heaven||(2014)|
Publication Order of Children’s Books
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: The Mediterranean Caper was released in the United Kingdom and Australia as “MAYDAY!”.
Starting with Black Wind, the Dirk Pitt series has been co-authored by Dirk Cussler. The NUMA Files were co-authored with Paul Kemprecos. The Oregon Files were co-authored with Jack DuBrul, with the exception of Golden Buddha and Sacred Stone, which were co-authored with Craig Dirgo. With the exception of The Chase, the Isaac Bell series was co-authored with Justin Scott. The Fargo Adventures are co-authored with Grant Blackwood until The Tombs, which is co-authored by Thomas Perry (who also wrote The Mayan Secrets). The Eye of Heaven was co-authored by Russell Blake.
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