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The Apocalypse Watch - Robert LudlumTop thriller from Ludlum but a bit long (320 words)
by pmcds - written on 04/08/08 (Very useful, 24 readings)
The Apocalypse Watch is the second of Robert Ludlum s novels to feature a neo-Nazi group, the first being The Holcroft Covenant. Apocalypse was published in 1995, and has been made into a film of the same name. The film never really hit it big, going straight to TV, but was actually very well made and was relatively true to the book. The Plot Superspy Harry Latham has infiltrated a band known as the Brotherhood of the Watch, performing experiments in the hope of promoting neo-Naziism since the Third Reich. When Harry disappears, his younger brother Drew leads the search, amidst specualtion that Harry has turned traitor. Can Drew locate Harry and the secret location of ...
The Tristan Betrayal - Robert LudlumLudlum's moving tale (1126 words)
by kiran8 - written on 20/11/08 (Very useful, 142 readings)
The Tristan Betrayal Author: Robert ludlum Pages: 521 About the author and the book ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robert Ludlum is the author of 23 novels published in 32 languages and 40 countries, and, at one time was the world s best selling author.His novels are a blend of sophisticated plotting and extreme pace.There are more than 210 million copies of his books in print.He is best known for The Scarletti Inheritance , The Chancellor manuscript , Osterman Weekend and the Jason Bourne series- The Bourne identity, The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne ultimatum among others. His plots are intricate with twists upon twists, managing to mesmerize the readers.He is an expert ...
The Tristan Betrayal - Robert LudlumFirst Ludlum novel by a ghostwriter is a success (375 words)
by pmcds - written on 05/08/08 (Very useful, 69 readings)
to Moscow to uncover a conspiratorial secret that has plagued him for decades, and could possibly save the world. My Opinion Whoever the mystery ghostwriter is for the Robert Ludlum books is obviously under pressure to continue a great legacy, and here he or she has done well in bringing to the pages a spy thriller true to the mold of Ludlum. I am not sure how much of this Ludlum himself had actually prepared, but I know this is one of many manuscripts and plot outlines he left behind, and are still being written today. The Tristan Betrayal is strange in that it flicks between the present and the past in a way that is not normally associated with Ludlum. His plot is ...