With so many powerful supporters and funds to back them, it would be quite difficult for the spies to be defeated by one man. One detective agency against many countries is an unlikely battle to win. The spies feel as though they have nothing to loose when fighting this battle, further complicating the mission. When one German spy is asked if he fears he will loose his life during a mission to destroy a massive battleship, the German states, “I would be amazed if I did. Fortunately, I have settled that question in my own mind.
Alo Nudger is the lead character of the Alo Nudger series of novels by John Lutz the New York Times bestselling author. Lutz has made a name for himself writing in practically every genre imaginable including mystery, thriller, amateur detective, futuristic, historical, espionage, police procedural, crime caper, occult, humor, urban suspense, private eye, and political suspense novels. With more than 40 novels and over two hundred short stories to his name, he has been a very successful author with his works translated into tens of languages and adapted for a variety of media. His debut novel in the Alo Badger series was Buyer Beware that was first published in 1992 to much popularity. With his novel attaining much popularity among detective fiction fans, Lutz went on to make the novel into a series of ten titles the last of which was Oops that was published in 1998.
With the first novel in the series flying off the shelves, the authors of the series turned prolific publishing hundreds of novels in the ever more popular series. Even as no actual author is credited with the writing of the series, the novels are believed to have been written by Martin Cruz Smith, David Hagberg, Robert J. Randisi, Gayle Lynds, Dennis Lynds, Mnning Lee, Valerie Moolman, and Michael Avallone. The Nick Carter series of novels were created to cash in on the James Bond phenomenon that was taking over the movies hence the creation of Nick Carter as a man’s man. With 26q titles in print, the Killmaster series of novels sold over 30 million copies by the time it wrapped up in 1991. The series has a fair amount of variation in quality and style though the quality is fairly similar even as they are written by different authors.
John Quincannon is the lead protagonist of the John Quincannon series of detective thrillers by Bill Pronzini. The first novel of the series was Quincannon that introduced former United States Secret Service agent John Frederick Quincannon and his partner Sabina Carpenter that team up to start an investigations business. Pronzini the author was born in California in 1943 and showed early predilection to reading. Some of his favorite novels were the mystery digests and science fiction books that belonged to his grandfather and the pulp magazines to be found in second hand bookstore when he was twelve. Like Nameless his most popular character, Pronzini has a huge collection of digest and pulp magazines that contains nearly 3000 titles.
Mainly, the book receive several recognitions; for example, this book is known for winning a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction after being on the bestseller list for more than 40 weeks, defining at the end this work as classic of modern American literature. The reason that I decided to read this book is because it talks about the problems
John Gray rose to fame with his bestselling book, Men are from Mars, and Women are from Venus. His counseling involves helping men and women to understand each other better by accepting and being considerate towards differences in both personal and professional lives Gray’s bestselling book, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus was published in 1992 selling more than 7 million copies worldwide .e The book became the most popular solution to relationships. Problems leading to further videos, audiotapes, seminars, a Broadway show, a TV sitcom and movie contract with 20th Century Fox. It has also been translated into 40 languages for a wider non English speaking readership. The book men from mars and women from Venus, shows the relationship difference in a very Convenient t way and the written work made more people to understand the book because of its easy manner.
The Lost Symbol, released on September15,2009 and written by a world famous author Dan Brown. Born in June 22 1964, the American author famous for his thriller fictions like ‘Digital Fortress’ ‘Deception Point’ ‘Angles and Demons’ ‘The Da Vinci Code’ ‘The Lost Symbol’ and ‘Inferno’ has sold over 300 million copies. Dan’s novels are treasure hunt set in a 24 hour period and features the recurring themes of Cryptography, Keys, Symbols, Codes and conspiracy theories. There was alot of anticipation surrounding this book, since 6 years had been passed since the publication of his bestseller. The lead character in most of his novels is Robert Langdon, who is a fictional Harvard University professor of religious Iconology and Symbology.
In addition, the world’s top oil supplier, in coalition with the United States is bombarding Yemen, where tens of thousands have died. where are the efforts for the international community to protect those human beings? Israel has carried an asymmetrical war with the Palestinians, after taking most of their territories: where is the responsibility to protect Palestinians’ rights? The Persian Gulf economic power and the US closest friend get a free pass to do as they wish without being caught, meanwhile those who does not bring important resources to the international play chess table have to follow the rules, or they pay the
Matt Kile is the lead character in the Matt Kile series of detective crime fiction by American novelist David Bishop. Bishop published the first novel in the Matt Kile series Who Murdered Garson Talmadge in 2011 to much commercial success. After the runaway success of the first novel in the series, Bishop would go on to publish several more titles in the still ongoing series. The lead character in the series is Matt Kile, an ex-police officer turned private investigator that works a variety of cases in his hometown. Kile is unlike your typical hardboiled detective as he is a happy man who loves his work and gives his all for his clients.
Meanwhile,Nikita Khrushchev, leader of the USSR, viewed the placement of these weapons as fair, since the United States kept nuclear missiles in Turkey which had the same range as Cuba from United States. Overall, this issue caused a mass hysteria within the American government, which feared to be at the edge of a nuclear war. President Kennedy decided to approach the issue in a diplomatic way with the help of a select group of experts and advisers; since his previous military attempt to stop communism at the Bay of Pigs in Cuba failed and therefore motivated him to reach a compromise with Khrushchev and the Soviet government. At first, Kennedy’s advisors (National Security Council) wanted to bomb Cuba or make the missiles defective; however, as debate continued the decision was made to employ a “blockade” that would stop more missiles from coming to Cuba. This event demonstrates the importance of Kennedy being president at that time.After all, someone else may have favored a military attack on Cuba, which would have changed everything.