Why? I happen to enjoy that genre almost as much as Sci-Fi....Or is it that you pity me because I am reading them on my iPhone?
I happen to have read a couple of Cussler books. While they might be low brow they are pretty enjoyable.
There are eighteen(?) Pitt Novels, I'm guessing 5 bucks each. Which means roughly 100 bucks. You will end up frustrated at the thought of reading 10,000 pages on an iPhone and will quickly go out and buy the whole series all over again. For that money you could almost have bought a kindle and you would be a much happier bunny (with a fancy digital PADD).
The entire EVE community apparantly can't figure out how to break a simple cipher to blow up a ship.
Backstory: In the newest update, new Sansha's Nation Supercarriers were added, and CCP hinted that they could be taken out if you brought in an Elcheon and used the Sansha Codebreakeron the Sansha carriers. The hint, however, was a cipher. I figured it out pretty fast.
If the only incursions weren't currently happening in Lowsec, I would go pop Revenents right now.