Win by Harlan Coben

Win by Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben is a world class thriller writer whos novels have been adapted for the the silver screen by Netflix Studios.

This book features his new hero Windsor Horne Lockwood III, or Win as he is known.

An heiress, Patricia Lockwood, was kidnapped two decades previously. She escaped along with those who captured her. .The proceeds of the robbery went unfound.

Then a New York recluse murdered in his penthouse apartment. Items at the crime scene throw light on the Lockwood kidnapping and on another another FBI cold case. They implicate one man.

Windsor Horne Lockwood III or ‘Win’ has no idea how his suitcase and his family’s stolen Vermeer ended up in the dead man’s apartment. When the FBI tell him that the perpetrator who is still at large and who kidnapped his cousin may also be a terrorist his interest is ignited.

Other writers have said of Harlan Coben that he:

‘…is the modern master of the hook and twist’ Dan Brown

‘…never ever lets you down’ Lee Child

‘…is one of the world’s finest thriller writers’ Peter James

You can’t beat reviews like that from some of the other world best selling authors.

Harlan Coben is a superb writer and I look forward to every new fiction book he writes.

The Fox by Frederick Forsyth

The Fox was published in 2918 by Frederick Forsyth who is a superb author of political conspiracy, crime thrillers.

Plot
The computers of the NSA, the Pentagon and the CIA are hacked by a young British teenager called Luke Jennings.

Jennings is captured in London in an SAS raid and is used by the British Secret Service. The man is used in order to attack Russia, Iran’s nuclear program and also North Korea’s nuclear program.

What follows is a cleverly pertinent plot which is a wonderful book to read.

The Times newspaper said “Forsyth deserves his place among the thriller greats”.

The Washington Post said the book is “a classic thriller thats also eerily relevant”.

Frederick Forsyth is a top author who’s books are available on Amazon and good bookstores.

The Fox fue publicado en 2918 por Frederick Forsyth, un excelente autor de conspiración política y thrillers sobre crímenes.

Las computadoras de la NSA, el Pentágono y la CIA son pirateadas por un joven adolescente británico llamado Luke Jennings.

Jennings es capturado en Londres en una redada de SAS y es utilizado por el Servicio Secreto Británico. El hombre es utilizado para atacar a Rusia, el programa nuclear de Irán y también el programa nuclear de Corea del Norte.

Lo que sigue es una trama hábilmente relevante que es un libro maravilloso para leer.

El periódico Times dijo que “Forsyth merece su lugar entre los grandes del thriller”.

El Washington Post dijo que el libro es “un thriller clásico que también es inquietantemente relevante”.

Frederick Forsyth es un autor destacado cuyos libros están disponibles en Amazon y buenas librerías.

フォックスは、政治的陰謀、犯罪スリラーの優れた著者であるフレデリック・フォーサイスによって2918年に出版されました。

NSA、ペンタゴン、CIAのコンピューターは、ルーク・ジェニングスと呼ばれる若いイギリス人のティーンエイジャーによってハッキングされています。

ジェニングスはSASレイドでロンドンで捕らえられ、ブリティッシュシークレットサービスによって使用されます。 この男は、ロシア、イランの核計画、そして北朝鮮の核計画を攻撃するために使用されます。

以下は、読むのに素晴らしい本である巧妙に関連したプロットです。

タイムズ紙は「フォーサイスはスリラーの偉人の中で彼の地位に値する」と述べた。

ワシントンポストは、この本は「不気味にも関連性のある古典的なスリラー」だと述べた。

Frederick Forsythは、Amazonや優れた書店で本を入手できるトップ作家です。

Der Fuchs wurde 2918 von Frederick Forsyth veröffentlicht, der ein hervorragender Autor politischer Verschwörung und Krimis ist.

Die Computer der NSA, des Pentagon und der CIA werden von einem jungen britischen Teenager namens Luke Jennings gehackt.

Jennings wird in London bei einem SAS-Überfall gefangen genommen und vom britischen Geheimdienst eingesetzt. Der Mann wird benutzt, um Russland, das iranische Atomprogramm und auch Nordkoreas Atomprogramm anzugreifen.

Was folgt, ist eine geschickt relevante Handlung, die ein wunderbares Buch zum Lesen ist.

Die Zeitung Times sagte, “Forsyth verdient seinen Platz unter den Thrillergrößen”.

Die Washington Post sagte, das Buch sei “ein klassischer Thriller, der auch unheimlich relevant ist”.

Frederick Forsyth ist ein Top-Autor, dessen Bücher bei Amazon und in guten Buchhandlungen erhältlich sind.

The Fox a été publié en 2918 par Frederick Forsyth qui est un superbe auteur de complot politique, de thrillers criminels.

Les ordinateurs de la NSA, du Pentagone et de la CIA sont piratés par un jeune adolescent britannique appelé Luke Jennings.

Jennings est capturé à Londres lors d’un raid SAS et est utilisé par les services secrets britanniques. L’homme est utilisé pour attaquer la Russie, le programme nucléaire de l’Iran et aussi le programme nucléaire de la Corée du Nord.

Ce qui suit est une intrigue intelligemment pertinente qui est un livre merveilleux à lire.

Le journal The Times a déclaré que “Forsyth mérite sa place parmi les grands du thriller”.

Le Washington Post a déclaré que le livre est “un thriller classique qui est aussi étrangement pertinent”.

Frederick Forsyth est l’un des meilleurs auteurs dont les livres sont disponibles sur Amazon et dans les bonnes librairies.

The Fox foi publicado em 2918 por Frederick Forsyth, um excelente autor de conspiração política e thrillers de crime.

Os computadores da NSA, do Pentágono e da CIA são hackeados por um jovem adolescente britânico chamado Luke Jennings.

Jennings é capturado em Londres em um ataque do SAS e usado pelo Serviço Secreto Britânico. O homem é usado para atacar a Rússia, o programa nuclear do Irã e também o programa nuclear da Coréia do Norte.

O que se segue é um enredo habilmente pertinente que é um livro maravilhoso de se ler.

O jornal The Times disse que “Forsyth merece seu lugar entre os grandes nomes do thriller”.

O Washington Post disse que o livro é “um thriller clássico que também é assustadoramente relevante”.

Frederick Forsyth é um dos principais autores cujos livros estão disponíveis na Amazon e em boas livrarias.

Fox publicerades 2918 av Frederick Forsyth som är en utmärkt författare till politisk konspiration, kriminella thrillers.

Datorerna i NSA, Pentagon och CIA hackas av en ung brittisk tonåring som heter Luke Jennings.

Jennings fångas i London under en SAS-razzia och används av den brittiska underrättelsetjänsten. Mannen används för att attackera Ryssland, Irans kärnkraftsprogram och även Nordkoreas kärnkraftsprogram.

Det som följer är en skickligt relevant plot som är en underbar bok att läsa.

Tidningen Times sa “Forsyth förtjänar sin plats bland thriller-storheterna”.

Washington Post sa att boken är “en klassisk thriller som också är kusligt relevant”.

Frederick Forsyth är en toppförfattare som har böcker tillgängliga på Amazon och bra bokhandlar.

Fox ble utgitt i 2918 av Frederick Forsyth, som er en suveren forfatter av politisk konspirasjon, krimthrillere.

Datamaskinene til NSA, Pentagon og CIA er hacket av en ung britisk tenåring som heter Luke Jennings.

Jennings blir fanget i London i et SAS-raid og brukes av den britiske hemmelige tjenesten. Mannen brukes for å angripe Russland, Irans atomprogram og også Nord-Koreas atomprogram.

Det som følger er et smart relevant plot som er en fantastisk bok å lese.

Avisen Times sa “Forsyth fortjener sin plass blant thriller-storhetene”.

Washington Post sa at boken er “en klassisk thriller som også er uhyggelig relevant”.

Frederick Forsyth er en toppforfatter som har bøker tilgjengelig på Amazon og gode bokhandlere.

फॉक्स 2918 में फ्रेडरिक फोर्सिथ द्वारा प्रकाशित किया गया था, जो राजनीतिक साजिश, अपराध थ्रिलर के शानदार लेखक हैं।

एनएसए, पेंटागन और सीआईए के कंप्यूटरों को ल्यूक जेनिंग्स नामक एक युवा ब्रिटिश किशोर द्वारा हैक किया जाता है।

जेनिंग्स को लंदन में एसएएस छापे में पकड़ा गया है और इसका इस्तेमाल ब्रिटिश सीक्रेट सर्विस द्वारा किया जाता है। रूस, ईरान के परमाणु कार्यक्रम और उत्तर कोरिया के परमाणु कार्यक्रम पर हमला करने के लिए आदमी का उपयोग किया जाता है।

निम्न प्रकार से एक चतुर रूप से उचित भूखंड है जो पढ़ने के लिए एक अद्भुत पुस्तक है।

टाइम्स अखबार ने कहा कि “फोर्सिथ थ्रिलर के महान लोगों के बीच अपनी जगह के हकदार हैं”।

वॉशिंगटन पोस्ट ने कहा कि यह पुस्तक “एक क्लासिक थ्रिलर दैट भी एरिकली प्रासंगिक है”।

फ्रेडरिक फोर्सिथ एक शीर्ष लेखक हैं, जिनकी किताबें अमेज़ॅन और अच्छे बुकस्टोर्स पर उपलब्ध हैं।

Fox kom út árið 2918 af Frederick Forsyth sem er frábær höfundur pólitísks samsæri, glæpaspennur.

Tölvur NSA, Pentagon og CIA eru brotnar af ungum breskum unglingi að nafni Luke Jennings.

Jennings er handtekinn í London í SAS-áhlaupi og er notaður af bresku leyniþjónustunni. Maðurinn er notaður í því skyni að ráðast á Rússland, kjarnorkuáætlun Írans og einnig kjarnorkuáætlun Norður-Kóreu.

Það sem fylgir er snjallt viðeigandi söguþráður sem er yndisleg bók að lesa.

Dagblaðið Times sagði „Forsyth á skilið sæti sitt meðal spennumyndanna.“

Washington Post sagði að bókin væri „sígild spennumynd sem væri líka hrikalega viðeigandi“.

Frederick Forsyth er aðalhöfundur sem bækur eru fáanlegar á Amazon og góðum bókabúðum.

The Fox è stato pubblicato nel 2918 da Frederick Forsyth che è un superbo autore di cospirazione politica e gialli.

I computer della NSA, del Pentagono e della CIA vengono hackerati da un giovane adolescente britannico di nome Luke Jennings.

Jennings viene catturato a Londra in un raid della SAS e viene utilizzato dai servizi segreti britannici. L’uomo viene utilizzato per attaccare la Russia, il programma nucleare iraniano e anche il programma nucleare della Corea del Nord.

Quello che segue è una trama abilmente pertinente che è un libro meraviglioso da leggere.

Il quotidiano Times ha detto che “Forsyth merita il suo posto tra i grandi del thriller”.

Il Washington Post ha detto che il libro è “un thriller classico che è anche stranamente rilevante”.

Frederick Forsyth è uno dei migliori autori i cui libri sono disponibili su Amazon e nelle buone librerie.

《福克斯》(Fox)由弗雷德里克·福赛斯(Frederick Forsyth)于2918年出版,弗雷德里克·福赛斯(Frederick Forsyth)是政治阴谋,恐怖恐怖小说的杰出作家。

国家安全局,五角大楼和中央情报局的计算机被一个名叫卢克·詹宁斯的年轻英国少年所黑客入侵。

詹宁斯在一次SAS突袭中在伦敦被捕,并被英国特勤局使用。 该人被用来攻击俄罗斯,伊朗的核计划以及朝鲜的核计划。

接下来是一个巧妙相关的情节,这是一本很棒的书。

泰晤士报说:“福赛斯在惊悚片巨人中应得的地位”。

《华盛顿邮报》说,这本书是“一部经典的惊悚片,而且也十分相关”。

弗雷德里克·福赛斯(Frederick Forsyth)是一位顶级作家,他的书籍可在亚马逊和好书店购买。

The Fox a été publié en 2918 par Frederick Forsyth qui est un superbe auteur de complot politique, de thrillers criminels.

Les ordinateurs de la NSA, du Pentagone et de la CIA sont piratés par un jeune adolescent britannique appelé Luke Jennings.

Jennings est capturé à Londres lors d’un raid SAS et est utilisé par les services secrets britanniques. L’homme est utilisé pour attaquer la Russie, le programme nucléaire de l’Iran et aussi le programme nucléaire de la Corée du Nord.

Ce qui suit est une intrigue intelligemment pertinente qui est un livre merveilleux à lire.

Le journal The Times a déclaré que “Forsyth mérite sa place parmi les grands du thriller”.

Le Washington Post a déclaré que le livre est “un thriller classique qui est aussi étrangement pertinent”.

Frederick Forsyth est l’un des meilleurs auteurs dont les livres sont disponibles sur Amazon et dans les bonnes librairies.

The best Crime and Thriller writers in Ireland

There are many top fiction thriller and crime writers from Ireland – they are very talented, innovative and have great style.

Here I mention but a few of these new and upcoming authors to entice you.

Top Irish writers include:

Conor Brady is a great writer of historical crime. His work is evocative, enthralling and always well written and engaging. His novel I Hunt In Winter is my personal favorite.

His historical research is faultless and the detail is captivating. As Editor of the Irish Times he has a fine pedigree and you can expect only the best.

The respected Irish Times speaks very highly of Olivia Kieran. Read this writers books and you will see why. I feel that this writer will have a long and successful career as her fan base must surely expand rapidly.

Don’t miss out on her book, Too Close to Breathe

The author Gene Kerrigan writes beautiful prose set in a contemporary Ireland awash with thieves, slippery individuals and a society’s seedy underbelly laid bare. He is the author of The Rage.

Benjamin Black is a Booker Prize winner and a fine writer and his book Wolf on a String is my favourite.

The fiction from writer Ken Bruen is gritty and raw and very readable. It has the feel of classic American crime novels of yesteryear brought into the modern world.

Declan Burke is a prolific writer of crime thrillers. His fiction is well written with great plot and with a wry sense of humour on occasion. The Lost and the Blind is my personal favourite.

The John Connolly books of Charlie Parker are set in the US in Maine. Connolly is a very interesting wiriter who goes from strength t strength and I feel we will hear much more from him in the future.

He has a cocktail of horror and crime which is refreshing to read.

My favourite book from this Dublin born author is, The Woman in the Woods.

The author Sinéad Crowley has rapidly made a name for herself in the crime writing world, and rightly so! A great writer who certainly knows her craft. Her psychological crime thrillers are full of suspense and are well worth the read. My recommended read is Can Anybody Help Me?

These crime thriller writers and many other great authors are available on Amazon and in good booksellers in the following towns and cities:

Ireland

Abbeydorney, Abbeyfeale, Abbeylara, Abbeyleix, Abbeyshrule, Achill Sound, Aclare, Adare, Aghaboe, Aghabullogue, Ahascragh, Agher, Aherla, Allen, Allihies, An Daingean, Annacotty, Annagassan, Annagry, Annamoe, An Spidéal, Ardara, Ardee, Ardfert, Ardmore, Ardrahan, Arigna, Arklow, Arless, Arvagh, Ashbourne, Ashford, Askeaton, Athea, Athenry, Athgarvan, Athlacca, Athleague, Athlone, Athy, Attymon, Aughagower, Aughleam, Aughrim (Galway), Aughrim (Wicklow), Avoca, Carrickfergus, Carryduff, Coalisland, Coleraine, Comber, Cookstown, Craigavon, Antrim, Armagh, Ballycastle, Ballyclare, Ballymena, Ballymoney, Ballynahinch, Banbridge, Bangor, Belfast, Enniskillen, Derry, Donaghadee, Downpatrick, Dromore, Dundonald, Bagenalstown, Bailieborough, Balbriggan, Ballaghaderreen, Ballaghmore, Ballickmoyler, Ballina (Mayo), Ballina (Tipperary), Ballinaclash, Ballinagh, Ballinakill, Ballinamore, Ballinasloe, Ballincollig, Ballindine, Ballindooly, Ballineen, Ballingarry, Ballingooly, Ballingurteen, Ballinhassig, Ballinkillen, Ballinode, Ballinrobe, Ballintra, Ballintubber, Ballisodare, Ballitore, Ballon, Ballybay, Ballybofey, Ballybrittas, Ballybrophy, Ballybunion, Ballycanew, Ballycastle, Dungannon, Holywood, Larne, Limavady, Lisburn, Lurgan, Newry, Newtownabbey, Newtownards, Kilkeel, Magherafelt, Portadown, Portrush, Portstewart, Randalstown, Warrenpoint, Omagh, Strabane, Ballycolla, Ballycotton, Ballycroy, Ballydehob, Ballydesmond, Ballyduff, Ballyfin, Ballygarrett, Ballygarvan, Ballygawley, Ballyhale, Ballyhaunis, Ballyhea, Ballyheigue, Ballyjamesduff, Ballykeeran, Ballylanders, Ballyleague, Ballylickey, Ballylongford, Ballylooby, Ballylynan, Ballymahon, Ballymakeera, Ballymascanlon, Ballymoe, Ballymun, Ballymore Eustace, Ballymote, Ballymurphy, Ballynacally, Ballynacargy, Ballynahinch, Ballyporeen, Ballyragget, Ballyroan, Ballyshannon, Ballysloe, Ballyvourney, Baltimore, Baltinglass, Banagher, Bandon, Bangor Erris, Bansha, Banteer, Bantry, Cabinteely, Cadamstown, Caherboshina, Caherdaniel, Cahersiveen, Cahir, Callan, Campile, Cappamore, Caragh, Carlingford, Carlow, Carnaross, Carndonagh, Carraroe, Carra, Carrickmacross, Carrickmines, Carrick-on-Shannon, Carrick-on-Suir, Carrigadrohid, Carrigaholt, Carrigaline, Carrigallen, Carriganima,Carrigeen Carrowteige, Cashel, Castlebar, Barleycove, Barna, Bawnboy, Bayside, Bellanagare, Bellanamullia, Bellavary, Belderrig, Belmullet, Belturbet, Bennetsbridge, Bettystown, Birr, Blacklion, Blackrock (Dublin), Blackrock (Louth), Blackwater, Blanchardstown, Blarney, Blessington, Blue Ball, Booterstown, Borris, Borris-in-Ossory, Borrisokane, Boyle, Bray, Breaffy, Brittas, Brosna (Kerry), Brosna (Offaly), Bruckless Bruff, Buncrana, Bundoran, Bunmahon, Burtonport, Butlersbridge, Buttevant, Castletownroche, Castlebellingham, Castleblayney, Castlecomer, Castleconnell, Castlefin, Castlegregory, Castlehill, Castleiney, Castleisland, Castleknock, Castlelyons, Castlemartyr, Castlepollard, Castleplunket, Castlerea, Castletown (Cork), Castletown (Laois), Castletownbere, Castletownshend, Cavan, Celbridge, Charlestown, Charleville, Cherrywood, Churchill, Claddaghduff, Clane, Clara, Clarecastle, Clareen, Claremorris, Clifden, Clogh, Clogherhead, Daingean, Dalkey, Daly’s Cross, Deansgrange, Delvin, Derrinturn, Dingle, Dolla, Dolphin’s Barn, Donabate, Donaghmede, Donaghmore, Donegal, Doneraile, Clonakilty, Cloyne, Coachford, Cobh, Colehill, Collinstown, Collon, Cong, Coolmine, Coolock, Cootehill, Cordangan, Cork, Cornamona, Corofin (Clare), Corofin (Galway), Corr na Móna, Corroy, Courtmacsherry, Courtown, Craanford, Cratloe, Cregganbaun, Crettyard, Falcarragh, Farranfore, Fenagh (Leitrim), Fennagh (Carlow), Ferbane, Fenit, Galbally, Galmoy, Galway, Garrienderk, Garryspillane, Geesala, Geevagh, Glandore, Glangevlin, Glanmire, Glasnevin, Glassan, Glenageary, Glenealy, Glengarriff, Fermoy, Ferns, Fethard, Finnea, Fintown, Firhouse, Foulkmills (Wexford), Foulkstown (Kilkenny), Foxford, Foxrock, Foynes, Freemount, Freshford, Inniscarra, Inver, Islandeady, Furbo, Crookhaven, Crookstown (Cork), Crookstown (Kildare), Croom, Cross, Crossdoney, Crosshaven, Crossmolina, Curracloe, Curraghboy, Cushina, Cushinstown, Clonbulloge, Clonbur, Clondalkin, Clonee, Clonenagh, Clones, Clonmacnoise, Clonmany, Clonmel, Clonmellon, Clonmore, Clonony, Clonskeagh, Easky, East Wall, Edenderry, Edgeworthstown, Elphin, Emly, Emo, Emyvale, Enfield, Ennis, Enniscrone, Enniscorthy, Enniskean, Enniskerry, Clontarf, Cloondara, Cloone, Cloonfad, Cloughjordan, Doolin, Doon (Limerick), Doon (Offaly), Douglas, Downings, Dowra, Drinagh, Drogheda, Dromahair, Dromahane, Dromard, Dromiskin, Dromoland, Drumcondra, Drumlish, Drumshanbo, Dualla, Dublin, Duleek, Dunboyne, Duncannon, Duncormick, Dundalk, Dundrum (Dublin), Dundrum (Tipperary), Dunfanaghy, Dungarvan, Dungloe, Dún Laoghaire, Dunlavin, Dunleer, Dunmanway, Dungourney, Dunmore, Dunmore East, Dunshaughlin, Durrow (Laois), Dorrow (Offaly), Durrus, Ennistymon, Eyeries, Glengevlin, Glenties, Glin, Glinsk, Glounthaune, Goatstown, Golden, Golden Falls, Goleen, Goresbridge, Gorey, Hacketstown, Halfway, Harold’s Cross, Headford, Herbertstown, Hollyford, Hollyfort, Hollymount, Hollywood, Holycross, Horse and Jockey, Hospital, Howth, Gormanston, Gort, Gortnahoo, Gougane Barra, Gowran, Graiguenamanagh, Granard, Grange, Grangecon, Inagh, Inishcrone, Inistioge, Jamestown, Jenkinstown (Kilkenny), Jenkinstown (Louth), Johnstown (Dublin), Kilcorney, Kilcullen, Kildare, Kildavin, Kildimo, Kilfinnane, Kilflynn, Kilkee, Kilkelly, Kilkenny, Kilkerrin, Johnstown (Kildare), Johnstown (Kilkenny), Greencastle, Greenore, Greystones, Gweedore, Johnstown Bridge, Julianstown, Kanturk, Keadue, Keel, Keenagh, Kells, Kenmare, Keshcarrigan, Kilbeggan, Kilbeheny, Kilberry, Kilbricken, Kilbrittain, Kilcock, Kilcogy, Kilcolgan, Kilcoole, Kilcormac, Kilkieran, Kilkishen, Kill (Kildare), Kill (Waterford), Killadysert, Killala, Killaloe, Killargue, Leabgarrow, Leap, Lecanvey, Lecarrow, Leighlinbridge, Leitrim, Leixlip, Letterkenny, Lifford, Limerick, Liscannor, Lisdoonvarna, Killarney, Killashee, Killavullen, Killeigh, Kiltimagh, Kilworth, Kingscourt, Kinnegad, Kinnitty, Kinsale, Kinvara, Knightstown, Knock, Knockanure, Paulstown, Pettigo, Pontoon, Portarlington, Knockcroghery, Knocklyon, Killenaule, Killeshandra, Killeshin, Killiney, Killinierin, Killorglin, Killucan, Milestone, Milford, Millstreet, Milltown (Dublin), Milltown (Galway), Milltown (Kerry), Milltownpass, Miltown Malbay, Newcastle West, Newcestown, Mitchelstown, Moate, Mohill, Monaghan, Monamolin, Monaseed, Monasterevin, Moneygall, Monkstown (Cork), Monkstown (Dublin), Longford, Longwood, Lorrha, Loughglynn, Loughmore, Loughrea, Killumney, Killybegs, Kilmacthomas, Kilmaine, Kilmallock, Kilmore West, Kilmore Quay, Kilmuckridge, Kilpedder, Kilrush, Kilshanchoe, Kiltealy, Kilteely, Kilternan, Knocknagoshel, Knocktopher, Laghey/Laghy, Lahinch, Lanesborough, Laytown, Lismore, Lispole, Lisronagh, Lissycasey, Listowel, Littleton, Macroom, Mahoonagh, Malahide, Mallow, Manorhamilton, Marshalstown, Maynooth, Mayo, Meelick, Midleton, Montpelier, Mooncoin, Moone, Mountmellick, Mountrath, Mountshannon, Mount Temple, Moville, Moycarkey, Moycullen, Moylough, Moynalty, Moyne, Moyvane, Moyvoughly, Muff, Muckanaghederdauhaulia, Muine Bheag, Louisburgh, Lucan, Luggacurren, Lusk, Mulhuddart, Mullaghmore, Mullinahone, Mullinavat, Mullingar, Mulrany, Multyfarnham, Murrintown, Murrisk, Myshall, Naas, Narin, Naul, Navan, Neale, Nenagh, Newbliss, Newbridge, Newcastle (Dublin), Newcastle (Wicklow), New Inn (Galway), New Inn (Laois), Oulart, Owenbeg, Oysterhaven, New Inn (Tipperary), Newmarket, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Newport, O’Callaghans Mills, Oilgate, Oldcastle, Oldtown, Omeath, Oola, Oranmore, New Ross, Newtown (Laois), Newtown (Tipperary), Newtowncunningham, Newtownforbes, Newtowngore, Newtownmountkennedy, Nobber, North Wall, Nurney (Carlow), Nurney (Kildare), Pallaskenry, Palmerstown, Partry, Patrickswell, Porterstown, Portlaoise, Portlaw, Portmagee, Portmarnock, Portroe, Poulaphouca, Prosperous, O’Briensbridge, Oughterard, Rahara, Raharney, Raheen, Raheny, Ramelton, Ranelagh, Rathcabbin Rathconrath, Rathcoole, Rathcormac, Rathdowney, Quilty, Quin, Rathangan (Kildare), Rathangan (Wexford), Rathfarnham, Rathgar, Rathkeale, Rathmines, Rathmore, Rathmullan, Rathowen, Ratoath, Rearcross, Redcross, Roundwood, Rush, Rylane, Saggart, Sallins, Sandycove, Sandyford, Sandymount, Santry, Scariff, Schull, Scotstown, Shanagarry, Shannonbridge, Shannon Harbour, Shannon, Redhouse, Ringaskiddy, Ringsend, Riverchapel, Rochfortbridge, Rockchapel, Roosky, Roscommon, Roscrea, Rosemount, Rosenallis, Rosmuck, Rosscarbery, Rosslare Harbour, Rosslare Strand, Rossport, Roundstone, Shercock, Sheriff Street, Shrule, Sixmilebridge, Skerries, Skibbereen, Skreen, Skryne, Slane, Sligo, Sneem, Sooey, Spa, Spanish Point, Spiddle, Stepaside, Stillorgan, Stradbally (Laois), Tarmonbarry, Templeboy, Templeglantine, Templemore, Templeogue, Terenure, Termonfeckin, Thomastown, Thurles, Timahoe, Timoleague, Timolin, Tinahely, Tinryland, Tipperary, Toomevara, Tourmakeady, Tower, Tragumna, Tralee, Stradbally (Waterford), Strade, Stradone, Youghal, Tuam, Tuarnafola, Tubberclare, Tubbercurry, Tulla, Tullamore, Tullow, Tulsk, Straffan, Union Hall, Upperchurch, Waterford, Woodford, Woodlawn Urlingford, Stranorlar, Stratford-on-Slaney, Strawberry Beds, Strokestown, Summerhill, Suncroft, Westport, Wexford, Whitechurch, Whitegate, Windy Arbour, Wicklow, Williamstown, Windgap, Two-Mile Bridge, Sutton, Swinford, Swords, Taghshinny, Tallaght, Tallow, Tang, Tramore, Vicarstown, Virginia, Trim, Two-Mile Borris, Watergrasshill, Waterville, Tydavnet, Tyrrellspass and Watch House Village.

These top suspense thriller books are available as paperbacks, ebooks, large print and audiobooks and many are available on Amazon or from bookstores across the Ireland.

Buy your books now, and begin to read the best political conspiracy thrillers and crime fiction.

Along Came A Spider by James Patterson

Along came a spider

Along came a spider

The novel Along Came a Spider written by James Patterson is a great introduction to this prolific and hugely successful writers work.

This book by Patterson introduced us all to Alex Cross and the series which followed. A great thriller which is well plotted and the Alex Cross books have dominated the detective novel lists for years.

Washington, D.C. Alex Cross, the renowned Washington D.C. forensic psychologist and homicide investigator, is tasked with looking in to the violent murder of two black prostitutes and a child in the projects.

Cross is furious when he is removed from the case to investigate a kidnapping of two white children at an expensive private school. He feels that there is a sense that the colour determines which case is the more important. The kidnapper is Gary Soneji, the school maths teacher.

The evil Soneji, buries Maggie Rose Dunne and Michael Goldberg alive, in a coffin made for the task, at a remote farmhouse.

Alex Cross and the FBI make a detailed search of Soneji’s apartment. They find a wealth of information about kidnappings and master criminals. In particular it appears that Soneji has a more than passing obsession with the Lindbergh baby kidnapping of 1932.

Soanji clearly has a warped desire to become infamous.

Cross hooks up with Jezzie Flanagan, the first female supervisor of the Secret Service and the head of the Secret Service investigative team, in a secret liaison which complicates matters.

During the investigation Roger Graham, an FBI agent, is killed by Soneji who disguises himself as a reporter.

A missing little girl named Maggie Rose . . . a family of three brutally murdered in the projects of Washington, D.C. . . . the thrill-killing of a beautiful elementary school teacher . . . a psychopathic serial kidnapper/murderer who is so terrifying that the FBI, the Secret Service, and the police cannot outsmart him – even after he’s been captured.

The police, FBI and the Secret Service are pitted against a true adversary in the guise of the violent psychopath, Soanji.

I don’t want to ruin the plot for you in this cleverly plotted and intricate game of cat and mouse where the stakes are the very highest.

Other thriller authors have spoken very highly of James Pattersons work:

“An incredibly suspenseful read with a one-of-a-kind killer who is as terrifying as he is intriguing. One of the best thrillers of the year.”
Clive Cussler

“The best thriller I’ve come across in many a year. It deserves to be this season’s NO.1 best-seller.
Nelson  DeMille

Along Came A Spider by James Patterson is a superb read.

Photo by Julian Schultz on Unsplash

An Officer and a Spy by Robert Harris

An officer and a spy

An officer and a spy

Many of us will have heard of ‘The Dreyfus Affair’ and will remember it as a distant memory from history classes as a child, but I suspect, like me, your remaining knowledge will be selective and riddled with holes and inconsistencies. Such a shame when you consider this pivotal time in French military and political history before the First World War. It gripped a nation at the time and the world more generally. This novel has modern day parallels in the forms of anti-Semitism and whistle-blowers.

The 2013 novel, An Officer and a Spy is a 2013 is a fictional thriller based on these dramatic events in French history. It is written by the supremely talented and diverse journalist and writer, Robert Harris. The novel recalls the true story of the head of counter-espionage, Colonel Georges Picquart, in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

There had been some disquiet about the conviction of Dreyfus for spying and his subsequent incarceration on Devils Island off the coast of South America. An island made famous in the novel Papillon which was written by convicted criminal, Henri Charrière. Picquart began to investigate the evidence against Dreyfus, who was from a Jewish background, which he found to be very weak and that the government and military had manufactured or altered crucial evidence. Picquart was pressured to forget his findings despite his assertion that the actual spy was still operating.

Anti-Jewish feeling was running high at that time and Dreyfus initially had little public support, but following an open letter published by the highly respected writer, Émile Zola, the tide began to turn. The letter, J’accuse, was published in a French newspaper in January 1898 and was a damming indictment of the whole affair – the rest is history….as they say!

The Harris book is the recipient of the Walter Scott Prize and the American Library in Paris Book Award, both in 2014.

Harris has researched many newly released documents and many of the original sources such as newspaper reports, the court transcripts and Dreyfus’s own written recollections. This is a thoroughly enthralling spy and political intrigue thriller made all the more captivating as it is based closely on fact. Picquart is shown as a principled man who strives to expose the truth despite overwhelming opposition from superiors and his peers. His fate is utterly intertwined with that of Dreyfus and so is his final judgement. An Officer and a Spy is a superb novel which brings great clarity to the subject and is utterly thrilling.

Robert Harris was born in Nottingham in central England in 1957. Following a career in television and as a journalist he came to prominence with his best-selling novel, Fatherland. He has subsequently published a succession of top novels including Enigma, Archangel, Pompeii, Imperium, The Ghost which was made into a very effective and evocative film by Roman Polanski, The Fear Index and Dictator. He is, as you can see, a difficult man to pigeon-hole as his thrillers are quite diverse and expertly crafted.

Viele von uns werden von „The Dreyfus Affair“ gehört haben und es als eine ferne Erinnerung aus dem Geschichtsunterricht als Kind in Erinnerung behalten, aber ich vermute, dass Ihr verbleibendes Wissen wie ich selektiv und mit Löchern und Inkonsistenzen gespickt sein wird. Eine Schande, wenn man sich diese entscheidende Zeit in der französischen Militär- und Politikgeschichte vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg vor Augen führt. Es packte eine Nation zu dieser Zeit und die Welt im Allgemeinen. Dieser Roman weist moderne Parallelen in Form von Antisemitismus und Whistleblowern auf.

Der Roman Ein Offizier und Spion aus dem Jahr 2013 ist ein fiktiver Thriller, der auf diesen dramatischen Ereignissen in der französischen Geschichte basiert. Es wurde von dem äußerst talentierten und vielseitigen Journalisten und Schriftsteller Robert Harris geschrieben. Der Roman erinnert an die wahre Geschichte des Chefs der Spionageabwehr, Colonel Georges Picquart, Ende des 19. und Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts.

Die Verurteilung von Dreyfus wegen Spionage und seiner anschließenden Inhaftierung auf Devils Island vor der Küste Südamerikas hatte einige Beunruhigung gegeben. Eine Insel, die durch den Roman Papillon des verurteilten Kriminellen Henri Charrière berühmt wurde. Picquart begann, die Beweise gegen Dreyfus zu untersuchen, der einen jüdischen Hintergrund hatte, den er für sehr schwach hielt und dass die Regierung und das Militär wichtige Beweise hergestellt oder verändert hatten. Picquart wurde unter Druck gesetzt, seine Erkenntnisse zu vergessen, obwohl er behauptete, der eigentliche Spion sei noch aktiv.

Die antijüdischen Gefühle waren zu dieser Zeit hoch im Kurs und Dreyfus hatte zunächst wenig öffentliche Unterstützung, aber nach einem offenen Brief des hoch angesehenen Schriftstellers Émile Zola begann sich das Blatt zu wenden. Der Brief, J’accuse, wurde im Januar 1898 in einer französischen Zeitung veröffentlicht und war eine verdammende Anklage gegen die ganze Affäre – der Rest ist Geschichte….wie sie sagen!

Das Harris-Buch wurde 2014 mit dem Walter Scott Prize und dem American Library in Paris Book Award ausgezeichnet.

Harris hat viele neu veröffentlichte Dokumente und viele der Originalquellen wie Zeitungsberichte, Gerichtsprotokolle und Dreyfus’ eigene schriftliche Erinnerungen recherchiert. Dies ist ein durch und durch fesselnder Spionage- und Polit-Intrigenthriller, der umso fesselnder ist, als er eng auf Fakten basiert. Picquart wird als prinzipientreuer Mann dargestellt, der sich trotz des überwältigenden Widerstands von Vorgesetzten und Kollegen bemüht, die Wahrheit aufzudecken. Sein Schicksal ist eng mit dem von Dreyfus verflochten, ebenso wie sein endgültiges Urteil. Ein Offizier und ein Spion ist ein großartiger Roman, der dem Thema große Klarheit verleiht und äußerst spannend ist.

Robert Harris wurde 1957 in Nottingham in Mittelengland geboren. Nach einer Fernsehkarriere und als Journalist wurde er mit seinem Bestseller „Vaterland“ bekannt. Anschließend hat er eine Reihe von Top-Romanen veröffentlicht, darunter Enigma, Archangel, Pompeji, Imperium, The Ghost, der von Roman Polanski zu einem sehr effektiven und eindrucksvollen Film gemacht wurde, The Fear Index und Dictator. Er ist, wie man sieht, schwer einzuordnen, da seine Thriller sehr vielfältig und fachmännisch ausgearbeitet sind.

Photo by HIZIR KAYA on Unsplash

The Freedom Trap by Desmond Bagley

The freedom trap

The freedom trap

Another novel by Desmond Bagley, author of The Vivero Letter, one of my all time favourite writers. I only wish I could have met him.

The Freedom Trap was first published in 1971 and is said to be loosely based on the escape of, spy, double agent and traitor depending on your point of view, George Blake from prison five years earlier. It was made into a film in 1973, called The Mackintosh Man, starring Paul Newman.

The fiction story starts with Joseph Rearden who is a villain from South Africa . He meets an agent of MI5 in London called Mackintosh, who recruits him for an assignment. It is a dangerous task and is to trap The Scarperers  who are a well known gang of criminals who gaol-breaking long-term prisoners. He is also to catch Slade who is a Russian double agent whom they recently helped to escape. Rearden is told to rob a postman with a packet of uncut diamonds. He is then  ‘caught’ and sent to jail in hopes that he can contact the Scarperers. It is a clever and exciting plot which races to Malta and beyond……well worth a read.

In the mid 20th century, British writers such as Hammond Innes, Alistair MacLean, Desmond Bagley set out the conventions of the thriller genre. Their heroes were  a resilient and resourceful ordinary individuals facing tremendous odds. The villains were utterly ruthless in pursuit of their goals.

Desmond Bagleyren beste nobela bat, The Vivero Letter-en egilea, nire idazle gogokoenetako bat. Ezagutzea bakarrik nahi nuke.

Freedom Trap 1971n argitaratu zen lehen aldiz, eta bost urte lehenago George Blake kartzelatik zetorren, espioiaren, agente bikoitzaren eta traidorearen ihesean oinarrituta omen dago. 1973an film bat egin zuten, The Mackintosh Man izenekoa, Paul Newman protagonista zuela.

Fikzio istorioa Hegoafrikako gaiztoa den Joseph Reardenekin hasten da. MI5 agenteko agente bat ezagutuko du Londresen Mackintosh izenekoa, eta honek zeregin baterako kontratatuko du. Zeregin arriskutsua da eta epe luzeko presoak hausten dituzten gaizkile talde ezaguna diren Scarperers harrapatzea da. Gainera, duela gutxi ihes egiten lagundu zioten agente biko errusiarra den Slade harrapatzekoa da. Reardenek postari bati ebaki gabeko diamante pakete batekin lapurreta egiteko esan dio. Gero “harrapatu” eta espetxera bidali dute Scarperers-ekin harremanetan jartzeko itxaropenarekin. Trama argia eta zirraragarria da, Maltara eta haratago lasterketetan ibiltzen dena … irakurtzea merezi du.

Mendearen erdialdean, Hammond Innes, Alistair MacLean, Desmond Bagley bezalako idazle britainiarrek thriller generoaren konbentzioak zehaztu zituzten. Haien heroiak izugarrizko probabilitateak zituzten gizabanako arrunt erresilienteak eta aberatsak ziren. Gaizkileak erabat gupidagabeak ziren helburuak lortzeko.

Photo by Carla Anne on Unsplash

The Gold of Malabar by Berkely Mather

The gold of Malabar

The gold of Malabar

The Gold of Malabar was written by  British author, Berkely Mather, in 1967 Berkely Mather was a Nom de Plume for  thriller writer John Evan Weston-Davies, whose family emigrated to Australia shortly before World War I.

He published fifteen novels and a book of short stories whilst also writing for radio, television and for films.   Mather enlisted in the Royal Horse Artillery but failing to gain a commission he next joined the Indian Army where he became a sergeant at the outbreak of World War II. Serving under Slim in the Iraq campaign he finally ended the war as an acting lieutenant-colonel. After Indian independence in 1947, he rejoined the British Army, entering the Royal Artillery and eventually retiring in 1959. The Achilles Affair Mather’s first novel, was published in 1959 and was a minor best-seller. His second novel ‘The Pass Beyond Kashmir’ written in 1960 received high praise from Ian Fleming and Erle Stanley Gardner and it did even better. It is said that Ernest Hemingway owned copies of these two novels

A desperate adventure starting with a prison escape in search of gold. A thoroughly exciting novel which traces its way across India. While banged up in a prison in Goa Mike O’Reilly speaks with a dying Dutch prisoner called Rokkjer. He gives O’Reilly a gold medal asking him to bring it to a Buddhist monk called Nu Pau in Bombay and to say, “Rokkjer said to keep faith.” Rokkjer also gives a mysterious quote of, “Pythagoras, northeast, and the word is try, try, try…”  O’Reilly escapes into a dangerous world of greedy looters all looking for the secret map that will bring them to the hidden cache of gold………………

This is a classic action & adventure novel written by a skilled author who clearly knew India. Unputdownable…..if that’s a word!

The Gold of Malabar is geskryf deur die Britse skrywer, Berkely Mather, in 1967 Berkely Mather was ‘n Nom de Plume vir die riller John Evan Weston-Davies, wie se familie kort voor die Eerste Wêreldoorlog na Australië geëmigreer het.

Hy publiseer vyftien romans en ‘n boek met kortverhale, terwyl hy ook vir radio, televisie en films skryf. Mather het by die Royal Horse Artillery aangesluit, maar sonder om ‘n kommissie te kry, het hy daarna by die Indiese leër aangesluit, waar hy sersant geword het by die uitbreek van die Tweede Wêreldoorlog. Hy dien onder Slim in die Irak-veldtog en eindig uiteindelik die oorlog as waarnemende luitenant-kolonel. Na die onafhanklikheid van Indië in 1947, het hy weer by die Britse leër aangesluit, die Koninklike Artillerie binnegegaan en uiteindelik in 1959 afgetree. Die eerste roman van die Achilles Affair Mather verskyn in 1959 en was ‘n klein topverkoper. Sy tweede roman ‘The Pass Beyond Kashmir’ wat in 1960 geskryf is, het groot lof gekry van Ian Fleming en Erle Stanley Gardner en dit het nog beter gevaar. Daar word gesê dat Ernest Hemingway kopieë van hierdie twee romans besit

‘N Wanhopige avontuur wat begin met ‘n ontsnapping uit die tronk op soek na goud. ‘N Uiters opwindende roman wat in Indië spoor. Terwyl hy in ‘n gevangenis in Goa gevang is, praat Mike O’Reilly met ‘n sterwende Nederlandse gevangene genaamd Rokkjer. Hy gee O’Reilly ‘n goue medalje waarin hy hom vra om dit na ‘n Boeddhistiese monnik genaamd Nu Pau in Bombay te bring en te sê: “Rokkjer het gesê om geloof te behou.” Rokkjer gee ook ‘n geheimsinnige aanhaling van: “Pythagoras, noordoos, en die woord is probeer, probeer, probeer …” O’Reilly ontsnap in ‘n gevaarlike wêreld van gulsige plunderaars wat almal op soek is na die geheime kaart wat hulle na die verborge sal bring goudkas ………………

Dit is ‘n klassieke aksie- en avontuurroman geskryf deur ‘n bekwame skrywer wat Indië duidelik geken het. ‘N Roman wat onafwendbaar is ….. as dit ‘n woord is!

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code thriller by Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown, is a 2003 mystery-detective novel. It tells the story of Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu who investigate a gruesome murder in the Louvre Museum in Paris. It relates to a supposed battle between Opus Dei and the Priory of Sion. The title of the thriller novel relates to the murder victim being found in the Louvre in the Grand Gallery. His body was naked and artificially posed to resemble Leonardo da Vinci’s famous drawing called, the Vitruvian Man. A pentacle is drawn on the victims chest in his own blood and a cryptic message scrawled beside his body.

The fictional book has been very successful though, it has come in for criticism on many levels.

In a 2008 issue of The Paris Review Umberto Eco said , “Dan Brown is a character from Foucault’s Pendulum! I invented him. He shares my characters’ fascinations—the world conspiracy of Rosicrucians, Masons, and Jesuits. The role of the Knights Templar. The hermetic secret. The principle that everything is connected. I suspect Dan Brown might not even exist.”

During a lecture, the writer Salman Rushdie said, “Do not start me on ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ A novel so bad that it gives bad novels a bad name.”

Stephen Fry has been more vitriolic saying of Dan Brown’s work, “complete loose stool-water” and “arse gravy of the worst kind.” He went on to say, “I just loathe all those books about the Holy Grail and Masons and Catholic conspiracies and all that botty-dribble. I mean, there’s so much more that’s interesting and exciting in art and in history. It plays to the worst and laziest in humanity, the desire to think the worst of the past and the desire to feel superior to it in some fatuous way.”

Stephen King said of Dan Brown’s work that it was like, “Jokes for the John,” calling this level of work the “intellectual equivalent of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese.”

The New York Times said the book was “Dan Brown’s best-selling primer on how not to write an English sentence”.

The New Yorker reviewer Anthony Lane said its “unmitigated junk” and described “the crumbling coarseness of the style.”

Among others, linguist Geoffrey Pullum called Brown one of the “worst prose stylists in the history of literature” and saying Brown’s “writing is not just bad; it is staggeringly, clumsily, thoughtlessly, almost ingeniously bad.”

Roger Ebert described it as a “potboiler written with little grace and style,” and then went on to say “I should read a potboiler like The Da Vinci Code every once in a while, just to remind myself that life is too short to read books like The Da Vinci Code.”

The author has also been embroiled in legal battles over alleged plagiarism in two of his novels.

I thought Tom Hanks who played Robert Langdon, Audrey Tautou and Sir Ian McKellen were very impressive in the film and that managed to transform the written work into something quite acceptable.

However, I have to agree with the other detractors as I did feel that the book was surprisingly purile, badly written and I found it quite turgid. Not what I expected. I wouldn’t personally bother reading any others that he writes.

He said of The Bourne Trilogy by Robert Ludlum that, ‘Ludlum’s early books are complex, smart, and yet still move at a lightning pace. This series got me interested in the genre of big-concept, international thrillers.’

O Código Da Vinci, de Dan Brown, é um romance policial de mistério de 2003. Conta a história de Robert Langdon e Sophie Neveu, que investigam um assassinato horrível no Museu do Louvre, em Paris. Trata-se de uma suposta batalha entre o Opus Dei e o Priorado de Sion. O título do romance de suspense se refere à vítima de assassinato encontrada no Louvre, na Grande Galeria. Seu corpo estava nu e artificialmente posado para se assemelhar ao famoso desenho de Leonardo da Vinci chamado, o Homem Vitruviano. Um pentagrama é desenhado no peito da vítima com seu próprio sangue e uma mensagem criptografada rabiscada ao lado de seu corpo.

O livro de ficção tem tido muito sucesso, porém, tem recebido críticas em muitos níveis.

Em uma edição de 2008 da The Paris Review, Umberto Eco disse: “Dan Brown é um personagem do Pêndulo de Foucault! Eu o inventei. Ele compartilha as fascinações dos meus personagens – a conspiração mundial de Rosacruzes, Maçons e Jesuítas. O papel dos Cavaleiros Templários . O segredo hermético. O princípio de que tudo está conectado. Suspeito que Dan Brown pode nem mesmo existir. ”

Durante uma palestra, o escritor Salman Rushdie disse: “Não me comece com ‘O Código Da Vinci’, um romance tão ruim que dá má fama aos romances ruins.”

Stephen Fry foi mais mordaz ao dizer sobre o trabalho de Dan Brown, “água de fezes soltas completas” e “molho de bunda da pior espécie”. Ele prosseguiu: “Eu simplesmente detesto todos aqueles livros sobre o Santo Graal, os maçons e as conspirações católicas e toda essa baboseira. Quer dizer, há muito mais coisas interessantes e empolgantes na arte e na história. o pior e o mais preguiçoso da humanidade, o desejo de pensar o pior do passado e o desejo de se sentir superior a ele de alguma forma estúpida. ”

Stephen King disse sobre o trabalho de Dan Brown que era como “Piadas para o John”, chamando esse nível de trabalho de “equivalente intelectual do macarrão com queijo Kraft”.

O New York Times disse que o livro era “o best-seller de Dan Brown sobre como não escrever uma frase em inglês”.

O crítico do New Yorker, Anthony Lane, disse que é “lixo absoluto” e descreveu “a aspereza do estilo.”

Entre outros, o lingüista Geoffrey Pullum chamou Brown de um dos “piores estilistas de prosa da história da literatura” e disse que “a escrita de Brown não é apenas ruim; é espantosa, desajeitada, irrefletidamente, quase engenhosamente ruim”.

Roger Ebert o descreveu como um “potboiler escrito com pouca graça e estilo”, e depois disse “Eu deveria ler um potboiler como O Código Da Vinci de vez em quando, apenas para me lembrar que a vida é muito curta para ler livros como O Código Da Vinci. ”

O autor também se envolveu em batalhas legais sobre o alegado plágio em dois de seus romances.

Achei que Tom Hanks que interpretou Robert Langdon, Audrey Tautou e Sir Ian McKellen foram muito impressionantes no filme e que conseguiram transformar a obra escrita em algo bastante aceitável.

No entanto, tenho que concordar com os outros detratores, pois senti que o livro era surpreendentemente puro, mal escrito e o achei bastante empolado. Não o que eu esperava. Eu pessoalmente não me incomodaria em ler qualquer outro que ele escrevesse.

Ele disse sobre a Trilogia Bourne de Robert Ludlum que, ‘os primeiros livros de Ludlum são complexos, inteligentes e, ainda assim, movem-se em um ritmo relâmpago. Essa série me interessou pelo gênero de thrillers internacionais de grande conceito. ‘

Photo by ANGELO CASTO on Unsplash


Facebook
Twitter
More...