Craig Dirgo

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Craig Dirgo is an American author of techno thrillers and adventure novels, as well as non-fiction. He started off co-authoring with Clive Cussler on his non-fiction work. He soon moved to his own novels starring his character, John Taft, an agent of a fictitious US spy agency, the National Intelligence Agency. He co-authored with Cussler the first two "Oregon Files" novels.

After running projects at Cussler's National Underwater and Marine Agency group since 1987, he became a trustee of the organization.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Dirgo was born to an Air Force Colonel, and spent much of his youth around American and British airfields. Having become interested in a collection of cars owned by Cussler, he eventually went to work for NUMA. From 1987 he was Special Projects director on several expeditions, and remains a trustee.[1]

Works[edit]

John Taft[edit]

  1. The Einstein Papers (1999)
  2. Tremor (2006)
  3. The Tesla Documents (2013)
  4. The Cristos Parchment (2014)

Oregon Files[edit]

(with Clive Cussler)

  • Golden Buddha (2003)
  • Sacred Stone (2004)

Eli Cutter[edit]

  1. Eli Cutter: Winter (2016)
  2. Eli Cutter: Spring (2016)

Non-fiction[edit]

(with Clive Cussler)

Other Fiction[edit]

Gunnison Grit (2012)

New South Britain (2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Craig Dirgo Bio". Bookreporter.com. Retrieved November 12, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Craig Dirgo". Penguin Books Authors. Penguin Books. Retrieved 2011-01-28.