Thomas Caplan “The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen”

January 18th, 2012

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A former covert operative turned movie star returns to the life of espionage once again — and with a huge, world-saving mission — in Thomas Caplan‘s thriller “The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen.”

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Ty Hunter is a strong, handsome, charismatic star. But the task before him is a lot tougher than acting. There are some stolen nuclear warheads, which are about to be acquired by some very, very bad people. Hunter must stop them.

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Tommy Caplan is a lifelong thriller reader, as is his college roommate, and the man who contributed the introduction to this novel, former President Bill Clinton. And while readers and reviewers instantly see parallels with Ian Fleming and Robert Ludlum, Caplan says there was another source of inspiration for him.

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One Response

  1. Matthew Z says:

    Thanks for the review and interview Bill. I guess a colleague of yours is interviewing Caplan this weekend. Elaine Charles is the host of one of my favorite radio shows, The Book Report. I think you would find the show interesting, especially the treasure trove of interviews in the archives.

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