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Modern thrillers have a lot going for them, but there is nothing more refreshing than an old-school, no-holds-barred tale of political intrigue, corruption, and murder. Authors who wrote in previous decades have the luxury of avoiding compliance with our modern sensibilities. 535 more words
Seven Questions with James Russell Cooper (Paul)
1. What was your first role?
I remember playing playing Sequoyah in an elementary school production. I don’t really remember the grade, I just remember that he developed the written Cherokee alphabet. 630 more words
A movie list compiled by several real-life spies, all “…founders or Board Members of the Long Island Spy Museum… 151 more words
The 39 Steps; originally a book, now a play and wedged firmly in my heart as a sure favourite in the 1935 film-form.
As an old black and whiter, it is hardly spritely being one of the great Alfred’s, but it has good humour and re-watchability and is much quoted in our house. 103 more words