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
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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. 105 more words