Top 10 things to love! Do you make a list of your favourite things? How many people out there in podcast-land actually have a running inventory of the things that make them happy? Obviously there is no way of answering that question. On this episode, I run down some of
THE TITANIC SECRETBy Clive Cussler & Jack Du BrulPutnam Paperback466 pgs In 1973, Clive Cussler, the master of modern pulp fiction, wrote: “Raise the Titanic” as part of his popular Dirk Pitt underwater adventures series. It was a huge hit and would become the first of only two Dirk Pitt
THE CUTTHROAT(An Isaac Bell Adventure)By Justin Scott & Clive CusslerPutnam Books381 pages We’ve been fans of this series since first created by Clive Cussler and then picked up by Justin Scott. These are historical action packed stories of a turn-of-the-century Van Dorn detective Isaac Bell and accurate settings and history
THE GANGSTER An Isaac Bell Adventure By Justin Scott (& Clive Cussler) Putnam Books 416 pgs Of all the cottage spin-off series to come from Clive Cussler, my favorite remains the Isaac Bell stories, as writer Justin Scott knows his history and can write smooth, fast paced action better than
THE ASSASSIN An Issac Bell Adventure By Justin Scott & Clive Cussler Putnam Books 406 pages This new Isaac Bell adventure is set in 1905 and begins when a highly skilled sniper sets about murdering high officials working for Standard Oil, the biggest energy empire in America. Bell, as a
BOOTLEGGER (An Isaac Bell Adventure) By Justin Scott with Clive Cussler Berkley Novel 435 pgs This is the sixth Isaac Bell thriller from writer Justin Scott. For the record, Clive Cussler created the characters and set up for the series in his book, “The Chase,” then handed it off to
Ron Fortier returns with another Pulp Fiction Review. This time out Ron takes a look at The Thief (An Isaac Bell Adventure) by Justin Scott from Berkeley Books. Isaac Bell created by Clive Cussler.