Hush-Hush by Stuart Woods has been placed as number 3 on the New York Times bestseller list under combined Print & E-book Fiction. It was placed number 5 on The Washington Post Best Sellers Books USA Today.
Stuart Woods is an enormously prolific writer of fiction. Hush- Hush is a Stone Barrington novel.
Stone Barrington confronts a rival in this fast-paced thriller from this astonishing author who produces four novels a year, many of them New York Times bestsellers. Quite astonishing.
Ready to relax in New York City, an anonymous enemy makes suddenly makes contact with Barrington. The threats are very real and immediate and before Barrington can do something about them the unknown adversaries threats turn very very real.
Assisted by friends and colleagues Barrington is keen to uncover the truth of the adversaries agenda.
Barrington incresingly comes to the realisation that he is in great danger and his adversary is immensely cunning.
Stuart Woods is a well respected and highly talented writer who crafts clever novels with twisting lots that keep a reader guessing.
The book foretold subversion of the US democracy by a President in league with right-wing groups. See the video of See Glass on Vimeo.
We can all breath again. Death in Paradise is returning with series 10 which broadcasts in the UK from 7 January 2021.
Make sure you don’t miss this iconic show!
It’s like a breath of fresh air to see those palm trees and the warm Caribbean sunshine once more after so long with enforced lockdown.
It is a British-French crime drama television series which was written by Robert Thorogood. In France it is called Meurtres au paradis. The Death in Paradise series is filmed on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. It airs on the UK’s BBC One, France 2 in France, Australia’s ABC and PBS in the United States.
If you have never watched Death in Paradise before then start on Series 1, Episode 1 and lie back and enjoy!
Will See Glass, by the writer Ido Graf, be the next blockbuster film or Netflix Original for the coming year of 2021?
The movie and television industry has reinvigorated itself over the last few years with great films and diverse series coming out of Hollywood and Netflix Originals. It has been the saving of many of us during the pandemic. The great Hollywood studios such as Universal Pictures, MGM, Paramount Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures, Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures have been a life saver.
Who among us has not sat glued to the TV unable to pull ourselves away as we wait for a new Hollywood blockbuster release or the next instalment of a Netflix Original series …I have felt as if I am an addict – unable to drag myself from the screen even to pour another glass of wine. I cannot help it – some of these series are just so professionally written and engaging that I feel lost without them.
When I get though every episode of a series, I am often suffering withdrawal. Sometimes it even starts before I finish watching every episode which is available! I look down the diminishing list of episodes that I have left and feel a gut-wrenching sense of loss – what will I possibly do when the series is complete?
I begin to question myself! Could Netflix be playing a joke on their viewers – Surely, I don’t have to wait a month until the next series is released? Have I misread the list of episodes? Maybe there are more that I didn’t notice? Yes that’s it!
I knew that I should have stopped at the last bottle of wine – my vision is going! It’s all been a horrible hallucination! Yes, it’s true – there is another series and more episodes available! Have I got time to run to the kitchen to grab another bottle of wine and some crisps before it starts – Oh and a saucepan too so I can go to the toilet while I’m sat on the sofa?
I make a dash for it!
But no, it’s not true! There is not another series yet! What a nightmare! So I start watching it again to stave off depression while I wait for the next series to be released.
I know! I think to myself – I will watch the whole series again on the TV from the start with my right eye which will help me to keep a grip. Then I can hold up my phone and scan with my left eye to search for another new series to get hooked on.
Then I realise that with two hands in use I cannot use my saucepan or drink my wine. Fortunately, these problems are less insurmountable than my issues with SLL, ‘Series Love Loss’.
I lean forward without taking either eye from the screens and grasp the lip of the bottle with my teeth. I slowly tilt my head back while keeping my balance and without either eye losing contact with the screens. Then a heartfelt memory of one of the greatest Hollywood films comes to mind – Apollo 13. My lips form a manic grin as I compare myself to those astronauts – they thought they were attempting the impossible with little measure for error! If they could see me now, then they would realise that they had it easy!
I am beginning to sweat now as things are becoming critical! I just must GO PEE! This is an absolute crisis! Unperturbed and unrelenting as the right eye is seeing a clever pot twist and the left eye has found something interesting – I shift my weight on the sofa and use the toes of both feet to grip the saucepan to pull it towards me – a task made more difficult from slippery food residue on the outside from a week ago when I last ate something.
Then things enter a critical stage – I am beginning to break down – the pressure is too great. Something must give!
Then just in the nick of time when the plot twist in my right eye is at its pinnacle – my body gives up. I cannot hold back the floodgates anymore. The sofa is soaking wet, but at least it is warm – I drop the saucepan and life just keeps on giving. I am reminded of Apollo 13 again – they went in their underwear – I am sure I read that somewhere years ago!
I will tell my girlfriend that when she gets home – she will understand! Then suddenly my left eye has found a new series with great reviews – it just gets better and better!
My body relaxes and I feel an uplifting rush like none I have ever felt before! Roll on happiness!
Netflix is based in Los Gatos, California and since it started with that iconic series House of Cards, it has not looked back.
The Editor and Publisher of Southwest Florida online wrote a very full review of the conspiracy novel, See Glass and said in his final comment, ‘I would imagine a screenwriter could polish See Glass off and make a very dandy film thriller.’
Will this clever political conspiracy thriller which is available on Amazon be the next Hollywood or Netflix Original hit of this year.