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Friday, July 14, 2006

Letter from Clive Cussler about my book

Yes, I do know Clive. He is a good friend. No, I will not give you his address or phone number or send anything to him, so please don't ask.

I sent him a copy of my latest book, the 2nd edition of Net Crimes & Misdemeanors because he graciously gave me a quote for the cover of the book. He sent me the following lovely letter. I didn't post it earlier because I've been busy getting ready for my next trip (I leave Monday).

3 Comments:

Anonymous Debbie said...

What a dear and definitely knows what he is talking about.

7/14/2006 10:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Nick Kitt said...

Hey,if you're such a good friend of Cussler's,tell him to respect his fans more,listen to what they have to say,and,for heaven's sake,to get over himself and let there be more films, which, a majority of his fans want.
SAHARA was a more then respectful treatment of his work and everything was done to accommodate him in that process and the trial proved it.And,he lost. That should tell you something.

That way,Clive can practice what he preaches,especially with that letter you got.

7/24/2008 01:27:00 PM  
Blogger Net Crimes & Misdemeanors said...

Sahara was the WORST adaptation of any book. The lead actor was not the Dirk Pitt I or any real fan imagined - we all had hoped for Hugh Jackman. The movie was too campy and left out important parts. Clive didn't completely lose - at least no more books will be made into movies as long as he's alive.

7/25/2008 10:00:00 AM  

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