Buy now Online from Major Retailers

The majority of Clive's adventure novels are part of multi-book series.
The Dirk Pitt Adventures (20 Books) , The Numa Files (8 books) and The Oregon Files(6 books) with some single books in both Fiction, Non-Fiction and Children Classics.
We believe you will find the novels a great summer reading escape and an everyday, anyday adventure.


Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs)
If you still have questions contact us or visit Clive's Facebook fan page.
Many of the fans have a wealth of information to share.


1. How long have you been writing novels?

2. In what order should the books be read?

3. Who do you enjoy reading?

4. Where can a complete list of your novels be found?

5. What advice can you give a person interested in writing books?

6. How has the internet affected authors and novelists?

7. Is there a specific audience your books are written for?

8. How can I find out more about you?

9. Have you endorsed other Authors?


Q: How long have you been writing novels ?
I began writing evenings and weekends in 1967, so if you were to do the math you would come to the conclusion I have been writing roughly 40+ years.
back to top

Q: In what order should the books be read?
By copyright dates. Pacific Vortex was the first, followed by Mediterranean Caper, then Iceberg and Raise the Titanic. For a complete chronological list you can (get a pdf file here).
back to top

Q: Who do you enjoy reading?
Mostly non fiction historical books. Constantly researching for concepts and plots; beginning with a historical event and entering into modern times.
back to top

Q: Where can a complete list of your novels be found?
For a complete chronological list you can (get a pdf file here).
back to top

Q: What advice can you give a person interested in writing books?
Study authors who write in your genre and who are successful; their writing style, structure, characterization, and plotting. It's all there. You don't need to go four years to school for a degree in writing. Ernest Hemingway studied and used the style of Tolstoy. Thomas Wolfe delved into James Joyce. I used Alistair MacLean when I started out, eventually moving into my own writing style which is now copied by other authors.
back to top

Q: How has the internet affected authors and novelists?
The biggest asset of the internet to an author is for research. Years ago we all lived in libraries. Now ninety percent of our research is done on the internet, and it gets more expansive with each passing day.
back to top

Q: Is there a specific audience your books are written for?
I attempt to; write to and entertain a universal audience.
back to top

Q: How can I find out more about you?
I have a brief biography page online here (Biography here). There are also many other internet sites out there that have gone into greater detail; though some of the information may have been distorted.
back to top

Q: Have you endorsed other Authors?
Dan Brown's "Da Vinci Code", Tom Clancy's "Hunt for Red October", Steven Koontz's "Flight of the Intruder", Larry Bond's "Red Phoenix", Dale Brown's "Night Hawk"; and about sixty or seventy other authors..
back to top



Contact Us    Privacy Policy    Disclaimer    Terms and Conditions    Media Relations & Press Releases
©2009 ; Use of this site is your acceptance of the Terms and Conditions, Disclaimer & Privacy Policy