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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John Gartner “In Search of Bill Clinton”

November 3rd, 2008

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“Bill Clinton is not as enigmatic as he might appear.” So says Johns Hopkins psychologist John Gartner, who was actually inspired to undertake a psychological biography of our 42nd president after writing a previous book explaining a phenomenon called hypomania.

Applying his expertise in that area to Bill Clinton, Gartner was startled to find out how much of the former president’s behavior — the good along with the bad — can now be clearly explained. Gartner’s book is called “In Search of Bill Clinton.”

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Kathleen Willey “Target”

November 23rd, 2007

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There is at least one American who will be delighted to see Hillary Clinton fail in her bid for president. Kathleen Willey alleged that then-president Bill Clinton sexually groped her in the Oval Office in 1993.

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After she went public with that accusation, Willey says her life was changed, and nearly destroyed, by the Clintons. In her book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton” Willey spells out details of the campaign she says has been waged against her.

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Sally Bedell Smith “For Love of Politics”

November 7th, 2007

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Many have opined that Bill and Hillary Clinton’s is a marriage of convenience or expediency. But no, argues a respected biographer, it is a marriage of love – a mutual love of politics.

Washington-based Sally Bedell Smith has spoken with dozens of people who know the Clintons well, to untangle the personal, professional, and political aspects of their relationship. Smith’s book is called “For Love of Politics.”

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