Is this set to be the next Netflix series or Hollywood blockbuster film for 2021?

Netflix Originals – What is next?

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.

Time will tell!

Get your wine and saucepans ready!

Photo courtesy of Thibault Penin on

Best fiction Novelists to read in 2021

Why not start the New Year, 2021, by reading top fiction novels by some of the best award winning writers available. The New York Times Best Sellers and Washington Post bestsellers are great place to start .

A well written thriller can draw reader into another world and help you to use your mind to work out the problem.

Top writers of fiction include

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré and Neslon DeMille.

Buy a book now and start reading some great fiction.

¿Por qué no comenzar el Año Nuevo, 2021, leyendo las mejores novelas de ficción de algunos de los mejores escritores premiados disponibles. Los best sellers de The New York Times Best Sellers y Washington Post son ideales para comenzar .
Un thriller bien escrito puede atraer al lector a otro mundo y ayudarte a usar tu mente para resolver el problema.

Los mejores escritores de ficción incluyen:

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré y Neslon DeMille

Compra un libro ahora y empieza a leer una gran ficción.

Hvorfor ikke starte det nye år, 2021, ved at læse top fiktion romaner af nogle af de bedste prisbelønnede forfattere til rådighed. The New York Times Best Sellers og Washington Post bestsellere er fantastisk sted at starte.

En velskrevet thriller kan trække læseren ind i en anden verden og hjælpe dig med at bruge dit sind til at finde ud af problemet.

Top forfattere af fiktion omfatter:

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré og Neslon DeMille

Køb en bog nu og begynde at læse nogle store fiktion.

Waarom niet beginnen met het nieuwe jaar, 2021, door het lezen van top fictie romans van enkele van de beste bekroonde schrijvers beschikbaar. De New York Times Bestsellers en Washington Post bestsellers zijn geweldige plek om te beginnen .

Een goed geschreven thriller kan trekken lezer in een andere wereld en u helpen om je geest te gebruiken om uit te werken het probleem.

Top schrijvers van fictie zijn:

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré en Neslon DeMille

Koop nu een boek en begin met het lezen van een aantal grote fictie.

Pourquoi ne pas commencer la nouvelle année 2021 en lisant les meilleurs romans de fiction de certains des meilleurs écrivains primés disponibles. Les best-sellers du New York Times et les best-sellers du Washington Post sont un excellent point de départ.

Un thriller bien écrit peut attirer le lecteur dans un autre monde et vous aider à utiliser votre esprit pour résoudre le problème.

Les meilleurs auteurs de fiction incluent :

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré et Neslon DeMille

Achetez un livre maintenant et commencer à lire de la grande fiction.

Warum nicht das neue Jahr 2021 beginnen, indem Sie Top-Fiction-Romane von einigen der besten preisgekrönten Autoren lesen. Die Bestseller der New York Times und der Washington Post sind ein großartiger Ausgangspunkt.

Ein gut geschriebener Thriller kann den Leser in eine andere Welt ziehen und Ihnen helfen, Ihren Verstand zu nutzen, um das Problem zu lösen.

Zu den Top-Autoren der Belletristik gehören:

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré und Neslon DeMille

Kaufen Sie jetzt ein Buch und beginnen Sie, einige tolle Fiktion zu lesen.

Perché non iniziare il nuovo anno, 2021, leggendo i migliori romanzi di narrativa di alcuni dei migliori scrittori premiati disponibili. I best seller del New York Times e i bestseller del Washington Post sono un ottimo punto di partenza.

Un thriller ben scritto può attirare il lettore in un altro mondo e aiutarti a usare la tua mente per risolvere il problema.

I migliori scrittori di narrativa includono:

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré e Neslon DeMille

Acquista subito un libro e inizia a leggere un po ‘di grande finzione.

Perché non iniziare il nuovo anno, 2021, leggendo i migliori romanzi di narrativa di alcuni dei migliori scrittori premiati disponibili. I best seller del New York Times e i bestseller del Washington Post sono un ottimo punto di partenza.

Un thriller ben scritto può attirare il lettore in un altro mondo e aiutarti a usare la tua mente per risolvere il problema.

I migliori scrittori di narrativa includono:

Lionel Davidson, Gayle Brandeis, Lee Child, John le Carré e Neslon DeMille

Acquista subito un libro e inizia a leggere un po ‘di grande finzione.

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:


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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.

Fiction paperback Bestsellers of 2020

This is my selection of paperback fiction, thriller crime, mystery bestsellers so far in 2020.


American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins


Sea Glass - My best fiction books 2020

See Glass by Ido Graf


One Minute Out by Mark Greaney

One Minute Out by Mark Greaney


Blindside by James Patterson and James O Born

Blindside by James Patterson and James O. Born



House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas



Walk The Wire by David Baldacci


The 20th Victim  by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

The 20th Victim  by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro


Hideaway by Nora Roberts

Hideaway by Nora Roberts


The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett


The Summer House by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois

The Summer House by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois


Masked Prey by John Sandford

Masked Prey by John Sandford


Camino Winds bestseller Grisham

Camino Winds by John Grisham



Near Dark by Brad Thor


Golden igolden-in-death j d robbn Death by J.D. Robb


the boy from the woods bestseller 2020 Harlan Coben

The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Coben

These top fiction novels are the best of the best and are well worth a read. Many of them appear in the Washington Post bestsellers and New York Times bestsellers lists or on Amazon.

Though my main interest is in paperback books. Most of the above novels are available as audiobooks through Audible or one of the other companies or as eBooks.

Many of us are working or not at home, are taking staycations or some even holidays and we are keen to read more in our downtime.

I have tried to give you a wide selection of thriller writers work from both industry giants and relative newcomers.

Reading fiction is a great way to spend your time and to grow.


See Glass by Ido Graf

Sea Glass - My best fiction books 2020

The book See Glass by Ido Graf, is a fast-paced action thriller which has been described as having a style like Tom Clancy.  I agree with that but I would also say, Frederick Forsyth as both authors researched their novels in great detail,  as does Graf. They all intertwine fact with fiction giving novels of profound insight and realism.

Sea Glass is a contemporary thriller set in various exotic locations such as North America, Europe and the Middle East.

The story begins in a small Andalusian fishing village when a redundant reporter meets a former Foreign Legionnaire by chance. The story he is told appears to be fictitious, but as the journalist begins to dig deeper  …the boundaries between fact and fiction begin to blur and the danger increases.

A top story for men and women that encompasses secrets, spies, hidden Nazi gold and politicians across the northern hemisphere.

The new book See Glass by thriller, adventure, spy story writer Ido Graf has all the twists of a Nelson DeMille bestseller novel. DeMille’s Plum Island is one of my best fiction books of all time. See Glass is one of my picks for best fiction books of 2020.

Another great fiction book writer I have read recently is Ben MacIntyre. His book The Spy and the Traitor is a riveting book and another of my top fiction books to read.

See Glass by Ido Graf is available now either as a paperback or as a Kindle eBook on Amazon. I understand that this novel will also be available on Audible as an audiobook in the coming two months.

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.

Walk the Wire bestseller by David Baldacci


David Baldacci is one of my favorite writers.

FBI Agent Amos Decker at his best in a top notch thriller.

In the North Dakota’s Badlands a hunter discovers human remains. The woman seems to have undergone a post-mortem.

The dead woman, a teacher, had something to hide – her past was obscured.

The FBI investigator, Amos Decker heads to London, North Dakota, the centre of the fracking industry.

Decker soon realizes that the nearby ‘eye in the sky’,

A nearby Air Force Station and its technology may hold the key to unlocking the mystery.

The country is in grave danger!

This is David Baldacci’s sixth book in the Amos Decker murder thriller series.

David Baldacci is a Washington Post bestseller author and a fine top fiction writer

David Baldacci ist einer meiner Lieblingsautoren.

FBI-Agent Amos Decker von seiner besten Seite in einem erstklassigen Thriller.

In den Badlands von North Dakota entdeckt ein Jäger menschliche Überreste. Die Frau scheint sich einer Obduktion unterzogen zu haben.

Die tote Frau, eine Lehrerin, hatte etwas zu verbergen – ihre Vergangenheit war verdunkelt.

Der FBI-Ermittler Amos Decker reist nach London, North Dakota, dem Zentrum der Fracking-Industrie.

Decker merkt schnell, dass das nahe gelegene “Auge am Himmel”,

Eine nahe gelegene Luftwaffenstation und ihre Technologie könnten den Schlüssel zum Aufschließen des Rätsels enthalten.

Das Land ist in ernster Gefahr!

Dies ist David Baldaccis sechstes Buch in der Amos Decker-Mordthriller-Serie.

David Baldacci ist ein Bestsellerautor der Washington Post und ein guter Top-Fiction-Autor

Flight of the Intruder by Stephen Coonts

Flight of the Intruder by Stephen Coonts

Flight of the Intruder by Stephen Coonts

Flight of the Intruder by Stephen Coonts

Flight of the Intruder is a fantastic novel from the great Stephen Coonts. Written by Coonts in 1986 it spring-boarded his career into being a top selling writer.

The story details United States Navy flyers of the A-6 Intruder. Not the most glamorous of planes but a real workhorse that has the look of a bulldog. It’s a two-man, aircraft carrier-based strike aircraft used heavily during the Vietnam War. Jake ‘Cool Hand’ Grafton, is a naval aviator and the main character and also a real man’s man. He also appears in later books also.

The novel was also made into a movie starring Danny Glover and Willem Dafoe.

Flight of the Intruder is a great read and a super film from one of America’s top thriller writers – Stephen Coonts.

Flight of the Intruder es una novela fantástica del gran Stephen Coonts. Escrito por Coonts en 1986, su carrera se convirtió en el escritor más vendido.

La historia detalla los folletos de la Armada de los Estados Unidos del A-6 Intruder. No es el avión más glamoroso, sino un verdadero caballo de batalla que tiene el aspecto de un bulldog. Es un avión de ataque de dos hombres, basado en portaaviones, que se utiliza mucho durante la Guerra de Vietnam. Jake ‘Cool Hand’ Grafton, es un aviador naval y el personaje principal y también un verdadero hombre de hombre. También aparece en libros posteriores también.

La novela también se convirtió en una película protagonizada por Danny Glover y Willem Dafoe.

Flight of the Intruder es una gran lectura y una súper película de uno de los mejores escritores de suspenso de Estados Unidos: Stephen Coonts.

Ein Thrillerautor der Fiktion.

The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy

The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy

The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy

The Hunt for Red October was the first techno-thriller novel by Tom Clancy. It was published in 1984 by the Naval Institute Press and the U.S. President, at the time, Ronald Reagan said of it, that he had enjoyed reading the book. I’m not surprised, it’s a real page-turner.

It’s a clever plot, with a lot of detail. Russian Naval Captain Marko Ramius, who is of Lithuanian descent, is at sea with his nuclear submarine. The sub is called Red October, hence the books name, and it is bristling with state-of-the-art ballistic missiles. The submarine utilises a silent propulsion system called the caterpillar drive. This means that audio detection by passive sonar is near impossible – this is deeply concerning for the Americans.

He appears to have gone rogue.

We first see a name, Jack Ryan, which we all know now. Jack Ryan works for the Central Intelligence Agency as an analyst. Jack has a theory.  He believes that Ramius is intent on defecting to the United States.

Ramius kills the boats political officer, Ivan Putin, in case he tried to prevent him from defecting. He lies to the crew telling them that they are going to Cuba, but by this time the Russians are in hot pursuit having been notified of his plans by Ramius. The letter arrived after he had set sail.

The Russians pretend that they are on a search and rescue mission, but they will sink Red October if they have to.

As the Red October passes by Iceland whilst making its escape it comes close to the USS Dallas, a Los Angeles-class submarine. The American crew hear an unusual sound, the caterpillar drive, but they don’t initially think that it is as a submarine.

The Americans suspect the motives of the Russians and crews are on alert.

On the Dallas submarine the crew analyse the sonar tape again. They realise that what they heard was the new propulsion system of the Red October.

Jack Ryan then begins to work his magic.

Tom Clancy wrote many fantastic books in his career, but The Hunt for Red October has always been my personal favourite of his.

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The Midnight Line by Lee Child

The Midnight Line by Lee Child

The Midnight Line by Lee Child is another in the Jack Reacher series. I sometimes have to wonder how he comes up with some of his diverse and compelling ideas – but then I think who cares, as long as I get to read them.

Jack Reacher looks into the window of a Mid-western town pawn shop and is surprised to see a West Point class ring. It dates from 2005. So hard to come by, it seems sad and strange that it would be pawned.

Reacher had been to West Point and he couldn’t imagine someone willingly giving something such as this up – if it was willingly.

It belonged to a female cadet who had graduated.

Reacher suspects the ring may have been stolen. Reacher interrogates the pawnbroker who says that the ring was sold to him by Jimmy Rat. He’s a biker who is also a nasty bit of work. Reacher ‘deals with’ the biker’s only to find out that the West Point ring had previously been in the possession of Arthur Scorpio, a fence who also has a laundromat in Rapid City, South Dakota. Reacher knows that Rat will have told Scorpio about him.

Reacher arrives in Rapid City and comes across a detective called, Gloria Nakamura. She has been tracking Scorpio and has tried to build a case against him with little success.

Reacher also meets a private investigator called Terrence Bramall. The PI had been hired by a woman called Tiffany Jane Mackenzie. She was desperate to find her sister, who was, he finds out, the owner of the ring. Her name being, Serena Rose Sanderson.

Reacher tricks Scorpio’s men into abducting him before he show’s them who’s boss! Eventually Arthur Scorpio gives Reacher a name – Seymour Porterfield. Reacher finds that this was the man who gave Scorpio the ring. But Scorpio has sent someone to kill Reacher.

He is consumed with a desire to find the owner of the ring. He tracks her across America to the west and on to a town called Mule Crossing in Wyoming. The plot is a real rollercoaster with crooks, illegal drugs and pharmaceutical companies with little in the way of ethics.

But as always this comes with a price as he tackles dishonest cops, bikers, thugs and a whole host of villains.

The Midnight Line is Lee Child’s twenty-second Jack Reacher book and was released in 2017.

Lee Child is one of the foremost writers of fiction around today and it’s easy to see why.

The Midnight Line de Lee Child é outro da série Jack Reacher. Às vezes tenho que me perguntar como ele surge com algumas de suas idéias diversas e atraentes – mas então acho que quem se importa, contanto que eu as leia.

Jack Reacher olha pela vitrine de uma loja de penhores no meio-oeste e fica surpreso ao ver um anel da classe de West Point. Data de 2005. Tão difícil de conseguir que parece triste e estranho que tenha sido penhorado.

Reacher tinha estado em West Point e não conseguia imaginar alguém desistindo de boa vontade de algo como isso – se fosse de boa vontade.

Pertencia a uma cadete que se formou.

Reacher suspeita que o anel pode ter sido roubado. Reacher interroga o penhorista, que diz que o anel foi vendido a ele por Jimmy Rat. Ele é um motociclista que também dá um trabalho desagradável. Reacher “lida com” o motociclista apenas para descobrir que o anel de West Point estava anteriormente nas mãos de Arthur Scorpio, um cerca que também tem uma lavanderia em Rapid City, Dakota do Sul. Reacher sabe que Rato deve ter contado a Escorpião sobre ele.

Reacher chega em Rapid City e se depara com uma detetive chamada Gloria Nakamura. Ela tem rastreado Escorpião e tentou construir um caso contra ele com pouco sucesso.

Reacher também conhece um investigador particular chamado Terrence Bramall. O PI havia sido contratado por uma mulher chamada Tiffany Jane Mackenzie. Ela estava desesperada para encontrar sua irmã, que era, ele descobre, a dona do anel. Seu nome era, Serena Rose Sanderson.

Reacher engana os homens de Escorpião para que o sequestrem antes que ele mostre quem manda! Eventualmente, Arthur Scorpio dá um nome a Reacher – Seymour Porterfield. Reacher descobre que este foi o homem que deu o anel a Escorpião. Mas Escorpião enviou alguém para matar Reacher.

Ele está consumido pelo desejo de encontrar o dono do anel. Ele a rastreia através da América para o oeste e em uma cidade chamada Mule Crossing em Wyoming. O enredo é uma verdadeira montanha-russa com vigaristas, drogas ilegais e empresas farmacêuticas com pouca ética.

Mas, como sempre, isso tem um preço quando ele enfrenta policiais desonestos, motociclistas, bandidos e toda uma série de vilões.

The Midnight Line é o livro de suspense de Jack Reacher de 22 segundos de Lee Child e foi lançado em 2017.

Lee Child é um dos maiores escritores de ficção da atualidade e é fácil perceber por quê.