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reviewed Salt (movie). July 23, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
SALT (2010)
Isn't it amazing how we play the entertainment card to make excuses for preposterous films? We as audiences will buy into a whole host of cinematic flaws as long as there are sights and sounds to keep …
reviewed "The Rule of Nine" by Steve Martini. July 17, 2010
American born voice actor Dan Woren is a versatile performer who has adroitly read everything from the Tortoise in Aesop's Fables to a large assortment of video games to countless audio books. With …
reviewed Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Deception. July 07, 2010
The Bourne Deception a Novel by Eric Van Lustbader
Eric Van Lustbader has carried the legacy of the Bourne series at a level well above anyone expected after the passing of Robert Ludlum, who created the series. As usual, Bourne is in a race to figure …
posted a Quick Tip about "The Rule of Nine" by Steve Martini. June 10, 2010
It would help the reader if they read the author's prior novel, "Garden of Lies" prior to reading this work.
reviewed "The Rule of Nine" by Steve Martini. June 10, 2010
I received this book as an early reviewer and thought it might have been in the legal mystery style that the author had used in the past.  However, in this book, Mr. Martini has his protagonist leaving …
reviewed Garden of Beasts. December 30, 2009
Garden of Beasts
Paul Schumann, a notorious hit man for the New York Mafia, has finally been nabbed. But the feds have offered him a choice - accept a dangerous undercover government assignment in pre-war Germany or never …
reviewed The English Assassin. December 27, 2009
The English Assassin
As most international spy vs spy intrigue type thrillers are wont to do, Daniel Silva's thriller, "The English Assassin", moves from locale to locale across Europe with rather dizzying speed. …
reviewed The Thirty Nine Steps. December 20, 2009
The Thirty Nine Steps
Richard Hannay, a former Scotsman, has been in South Africa for some time working as a mining engineer. Now returned to the UK and living in a small flat in London, he meets journalist Franklin Scudder, …
reviewed Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Deception. September 04, 2009
The Bourne Deception a Novel by Eric Van Lustbader
This is Eric Van Lustbader's fourth book under the Robert Ludlum trademark; all four are Jason Bourne novels. It is the seventh volume in the Bourne series; the others were written by Robert Ludlum. The …
reviewed The Prisoner. August 31, 2009
The Prisoner
This was a very unique, British show which lasted for 17 episodes in 1967-1968.The opening sequence and music are great! It starred and was co-produced by Patrick McGoohan (one of my favorite actors).The …
posted a Quick Tip about The Prisoner. August 28, 2009
posted in Screen Gems
The Prisoner
One of the coolest and most complex spy series ever created, and a cult classic for sure, about an agent who must escape "The Village".      Easily one of the most imaginative …
The Bourne Deception a Novel by Eric Van Lustbader
Having read several of Van Lustbader's other works I was excited with the prospect of him bringing new life to a series that has not had a really good book since The Bourne Identity. This book did not …
reviewed Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Deception. April 16, 2009
The Bourne Deception a Novel by Eric Van Lustbader
Having read several of Van Lustbader's other works I was excited with the prospect of him bringing new life to a series that has not had a really good book since The Bourne Identity.  This book did …
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