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Interview: Edie Harris, Author of ‘Blamed’

"Success is being able to support yourself financially doing what you love."

"I’m excited for romance readers to get their hands on 'Blamed,' but I also hope that anyone who enjoys straight suspense and spy thrillers will give it a shot – the love story between the hero and heroine doesn’t detract from the plot, but makes it stronger." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Live and Let Die’ by Ian Fleming

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Fleming's second James Bond book proves an entertaining period piece. Read More »

Book Review: Death of a Citizen by Donald Hamilton

A gritty sixties spy series gets resurrected by the pulp aficionados at Titan Books. Read More »

Book Review: The Spy Who Jumped Off The Screen by Thomas Caplan

The world's biggest movie star turns action hero spy to save the world from stolen nukes. Read More »

Interview with T.H.E. Hill, Author of The Day Before the Berlin Wall: Could We Have Stopped It?

Kennedy blinked. Read More »

Book Review: The Rembrandt Affair by Daniel Silva

A stolen painting bears a sinister secret behind its beautiful image. The secret could lead to another Holocaust. Read More »

Book Review: Red to Black by Alex Dryden

The deep waters of the Cold War might be just as frigid as ever. Read More »

Book Review: Smiley’s People, by John Le Carré

No fancy gadgets here. This is a spy novel steeped in reality. Read More »