Review: The Nowhere Man – Gregg Hurwitz

Orphan Y


Review: The Bourne Initiative – Eric Van Lustbader

5 of 5 stars Series: Jason Bourne 14 My version: Hardback Fiction Thriller Head of Zeus 2017 Bought Jason Bourne is on the run. His old friend, General Boris Karpov, is dead. But Karpov, once head of the feared Russian FSB, lives on in the cyber weapon he devised before his death, capable of penetrating the heart of America's …

Review: The Bourne Enigma – Eric Van Lustbader

Wrapped in a riddle

Review: The Moscow Option by Jeremy Duns

The Moscow Option by Jeremy Duns My rating: 5 of 5 stars Say goodbye to your wife or husband, boy or girlfriend. Say farewell to your friends and family. Ring in sick to work. No, not because it’s the late ’60’s and you’re defecting to the Soviet Union…it’s because for The Moscow Option’s main character …

Review: The Bourne Ascendancy – Eric Van Lustbader

The Bourne Ascendancy by Eric Van Lustbader My rating: 5 of 5 stars I could be wrong, but I think this just might be the best Bourne, at least since Ludlum, erm…"failed to achieve his wellness potential” shall we say. It’s one that I’d certainly read again. Of course, some of the surprise would be …

Review: Robert Ludlum’s the Bourne Imperative. by Eric Van Lustbader

Bourne again

Review: The Bourne Dominion

The Bourne Dominion by Eric Van Lustbader My rating: 3 of 5 stars I love what Eric Van Lustbader is doing/has done in continuing Robert Ludlum’s Jason Bourne series of novels. Not least sticking to Ludlum’s idea that a book title should only have three words. ‘The' being counted as one of them. Check it …

Review: The Bone Chamber

Much ado about nothing

Review: Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Betrayal

Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Betrayal by Eric Van Lustbader My rating: 4 of 5 stars Am I ok in saying this is an excellent read? A thoroughly tip-top thriller? One of the very best? Credibility...Meet window? I hope not. I don't think so. In fact, I'm sure not. Because this one did exactly what it …

Review: The Alexander Cipher

The Alexander Cipher by Will Adams My rating: 2 of 5 stars Robert Ludlum, in a tv interview I saw once, said that he always gave his books three word titles. Bang, bang, bang. Was the impression he wanted to give, as I remember. Easy to remember and all unnecessary fat, pared away. Like his …