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Review: The Nowhere Man - Gregg Hurwitz

5 of 5 stars

Series: Evan Smoak 2

My version: Hardback
Fiction Thriller
Penguin Random House

He was once called Orphan X.

As a boy, Evan Smoak was taken from a children’s home, raised and trained as a part of a secret government initiative buried so deep that virtually no one knows it exists. 586 more words


Wednesday Book Corner #4 - "The Bourne Identity" by Robert Ludlum

I must confess that this is one instance where my rule of reading the book before seeing the film has been broken, but in my defence, that is because when I first watched  650 more words


Movie magic


We’re not in Tuscany now, but if you liked the movie Under the Tuscan Sun, you might recall that Frances went to look for Marcello. 106 more words


The Macedonian Supremacy

Today’s post is being powered by a glass of St. Chinian’s wine. It is a French red that, I am disappointed to say, tastes rather bland. 925 more words


Excerpt from “The Bourne Identity” by Robert Ludlum ~~Bourne~~

Beneath the statement he could feel the outline of a separate envelope, far shorter than the page itself. He lifted up the paper, the envelope was rimmed with a black border, typewritten words on the front. 284 more words


NICK CARTER and the "Empire of Crime"

In a fit of boredom, I decided to tap an American digest-pulp. Blindly extracting a book from the shelf, I found my fingers on a Nick Carter title. 1,822 more words

American Pulp Fiction


In one corner of the classroom I have a section that’s simply titled, “The Wall of Sleepers.” On this portion of wall, I post pictures that I’ve taken of students that I find asleep in class. 633 more words