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Robert Kurson is the author of the runaway bestseller Shadow Divers, and Crashing Through. From the Hardcover edition.
"You won't want to put [it] down."--Los Angeles Times "An exceptional adventure . . . Highly recommended to readers who delight in adventure, suspense, and the thrill of discovering history at their fingertips."--Library Journal (starred review) "A terrific read . . . The book gallops along at a blistering pace, shifting us deftly between the seventeenth century and the present day."--Diver "Nonfiction with the trademarks of a novel: the plots and subplots, the tension and suspense . . . [Robert Kurson has] found gold."--The Dallas Morning News "Rollicking . . . a fascinating [story] about the world of pirates, piracy, and priceless treasures."--The Boston Globe "[Kurson's] narration is just as engrossing as the subject."--The Christian Science Monitor "A wild ride [and an] extraordinary adventure . . . Kurson's own enthusiasm, combined with his copious research and an eye for detail, makes for one of the most mind-blowing pirate stories of recent memory, one that even the staunchest landlubber will have a hard time putting down."--Publishers Weekly (starred review) "The two contemporary pirate-ship seekers of [Robert] Kurson's narrative are as daring, intrepid, tough and talented as Blood and Sparrow--and Bannister. . . . As depicted by the author, they are real-life Hemingway heroes."--The Wall Street Journal "Captivating and alluring . . . a riveting tale . . . perfect for summer beach reading."--Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star "[Kurson] takes his knowledge of the underwater world and applies it to the 'Golden Age of Piracy' . . . thrillingly detailing the highs and lows of chasing not just gold and silver but also history."--Booklist "John Chatterton and John Mattera . . . come across as modern heroes, the kind of men the modern world often finds it hard to make a place for. An enjoyable read, especially if you've got a thing for pirates."--Kirkus Reviews "A great thriller full of tough guys and long odds . . . and: It's all true."--Lee Child "Action and adventure on land and sea--you can't ask for more. But Robert Kurson raises the ante in Pirate Hunters with an array of mystery and a fleet of colorful characters spanning four centuries. This is a great summer read!"--Michael Connelly "Pirate Hunters is a fantastic book, an utterly engrossing and satisfying read. It tells the story of the hunt for the rare wreck of a pirate ship, which had been captained by one of the most remarkable pirates in history. This is a real-life Treasure Island, complete with swashbuckling, half-crazy treasure hunters and vivid Caribbean settings--a story for the ages."--Douglas Preston "A terrific read. I was pulled in from page one. Kurson brings us face to face with some of the most swashbuckling pirates ever to sail the Caribbean, even as he takes us underwater on a high-tech quest to discover the relics they left behind."--Daniel James Brown "There's nothing in the world like buried treasure--and people hungry and obsessed enough to risk their lives for it. Pirate Hunters isn't just a good story--it's a true one. Searching for the souls of its explorers, it takes you to the far tip of the plank and plunges you deep to the bottom of the ocean."--Brad Meltzer "Pirate Hunters is a gripping account of two courageous divers' quest to uncover the shipwrecked vessel of Joseph Bannister, one of history's most infamous pirates. Robert Kurson will keep you on the edge of your seat in this high-stakes journey around the globe that ultimately teaches these explorers about much more than an old ship."--Sen. John McCain From the Hardcover edition.