Novelist Clive Cussler whose book Sahara was turned into Matthew McConaughey film dies, aged 88

  The Sun 

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FAMED novelist Clive Cussler — whose book Sahara was turned into a blockbuster film starring Matthew McConaughey — has died aged 88. He penned 25 books in the adventure series, including Raise the Titanic, and sold more than 100 million copies of his novels. Writing on Twitter, Cussler’s wife said: “It is with a heavy […]
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