Dateline: Boston, Massachusetts
Mary K. is a freelance entertainment writer living in the Greater Boston area. She has written CD reviews for Metronome Magazine and is a former Features Editor for Hot Psychology Magazine. Mary K. has also contributed to the anthology, Brewed Awakenings.
Stalking, car-jacking, blackmailing and sex. Threesomes, twosomes, and freaky age differences. Incest, poisonings...yes, it sounds like a season of Nip/Tuck.
Jack utters “deep sky” into a phone – and is connected with Bill! I didn’t realize I was holding my breath until I heard Bill’s voice.
“Is this how it starts?... if I say something you don’t like you slam me against the wall?” (FBI head Larry Moss to Jack Bauer)
Contains the sections one might expect to find: Interrogation, Surveillance, Combat.
The common thread in each story is the reality of human action and emotion.
The site and this book have more to offer than I realized.
Jack Bauer has always been the go-to-guy for making things happen in the name of patriotism.
I don’t think anyone ever consciously “copes.” It’s a matter of just doing what is in front of you.
Comparisons will be made to Fringe and X-Files. So what? Is the show entertaining? Does it hold interest? Yes.
In the vein of Monty Python, Archaeology of Comedy showcases some superb writing and comedic acting.