Tag Archives: Ian Fleming

So, What Is a Thriller?

  Fiction genres tend to have porous boundaries, mixing and blending into each other. Many books are hybrids that cross genres. For instance, you can’t define a “thriller” solely by its settings, since they can take place almost anywhere, and … Continue reading

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The Best Thriller Writers — Ever (Part 2)

  My list of seven “best thriller writers” in the previous post came with some important caveats—such as the fact that they’re really only “the best I’ve ever read,” and that I couldn’t possibly be familiar with all the great … Continue reading

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