Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Hunters

Title:                      The Hunters Author:                  W. E. B. Griffin Griffin, W. E. B. (2006). The Hunters (A Presidential Agent Novel). New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons LCCN:    2006037462 PS3557.R489137 H68 2006 Subjects United States. Army. Delta Force–Fiction. Americans–Uruguay–Fiction. Uruguay–Fiction. Date Updated:  … Continue reading

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World Without End

Title:                      World Without End Author:                   Ken Follett Follett, Ken (2007). World Without End. New York: Dutton LOC:       2007026639 PR6056.O45 W67 2007 Date Posted:      January 10, 2013 At more than 1,000 pages, Ken Follett’s World without End comes perilously close … Continue reading

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The Maestro

Title:                      The Maestro Author:                  John Gardner Gardner, John (1993). The Maestro. New York: Otto Penzler Books LCCN:    93019364 PR6057.A63 M3 1993 Subjects Great Britain. MI6–Fiction. Kruger, Herbie (Fictitious character)–Fiction. Date Updated:  October 26, 2015 This is ostensibly a novel … Continue reading

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Behind the Lines

Title:                  Behind the Lines Author:                 W. E. B. Griffin Griffin, W. E. B. (1995). Behind the Lines. New York: Jove Books LCCN:    95032133 PS3557.R489137 C68 1990 bk. 7 Subjects United States. Marine Corps–Fiction. World War, 1939-1945–Fiction. United States–History, Military–20th … Continue reading

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Night over Water

Title:                  Night over Water Author:                  Ken Follett Follett, Ken (1991). Night over Water. New York: Signet Books LCCN:    91017701 PR6056.O45 N54 1991 Subjects Transatlantic flights–Fiction. Date Updated:  June 14, 2015 I had a great admiration for my cousin, Jay Wilson. … Continue reading

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