Jack Du Brul

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Jack Du Brul (born October 15, 1968 in Burlington, Vermont) is an American author who writes techno-thriller novels.

Early life[edit]

Du Brul remained in Vermont all through his childhood. He attended the Westminster School in Connecticut for grades 9 through 12. After college he moved to Florida, where he wrote his first book. He currently lives in Vermont.

Career[edit]

Du Brul's novels focus on his character, Dr. Philip Mercer, a successful mining engineer and geologist, who gets involved in various threats to the world. He has written seven Phillip Mercer books in the series, beginning with Vulcan's Forge.

Recently, Du Brul has co-authored "The Oregon Files" novels with Clive Cussler, taking over from Craig Dirgo with the third novel. The latest novel, The Jungle, was a New York Times bestseller, in which Phillip Mercer makes an appearance as a secondary character.[1]

Works[edit]

Philip Mercer[edit]

  1. Vulcan's Forge (1998)
  2. Charon's Landing (1999)
  3. The Medusa Stone (2000)
  4. Pandora's Curse (2001)
  5. River of Ruin (2002)
  6. Deep Fire Rising (2003)
  7. Havoc (2006)
  8. Sample 681 (TBA)[2]

Oregon Files (with Clive Cussler)[edit]

  1. Dark Watch (2005)
  2. Skeleton Coast (2006)
  3. Plague Ship (2008)
  4. Corsair (2009)
  5. The Silent Sea (2010)
  6. The Jungle (2011)
  7. Mirage (2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hardcover Fiction". New York Times. March 27, 2011. Retrieved 23 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Jack DuBrul Forum Post". Retrieved 2011-02-15. 

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