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- Thrillers are characterized by fast pacing, frequent action, and resourceful heroes who must thwart the plans of more-powerful and better-equipped villains.
- Thrillers are defined not by their subject matter but by their approach to it.
- Sheldon Siegel is to legal thrillers like Robin Cook is to medical thrillers.
- Andrew Lau and Alan Mak 's blockbuster Infernal Affairs trilogy (2002–2003) has set off a mini-trend of brooding police thrillers.
- So many times over the years, the Italian circuit has thrown up fantastic races, real thrillers that will live on in racing memory for many years to come.
- The heroes in most thrillers are frequently "hard men" accustomed to danger: law enforcement officers, spies, soldiers, seamen or aviators.
- Backstage, Sanders told The Thrillers that he had something special for the upcoming WCW tag team title match.
- Kamal Haasan performs predominantly in leading roles in high-budget and major studio films, ranging from romantic comedies and drama to action thrillers.
- Stephen Leather is a prolific writer, with around 20 thrillers to his credit.
- John Lee is an American writer of thrillers, many of them set in Second World War settings, as well as non-fiction books.
- Black operations are a popular subject in literature, television, cinema, and video games, featuring most often in thrillers and science fiction.
- Although his books are best known for being thrillers, they are often more focused on aspects of science fiction, spirituality, and whodunit.
- Thrillers Our Price: $29.95 $18.95 A superb thriller from one of the best new thriller writers.
- Action films are largely derived from crime films and thrillers, by way of westerns and to some extent war films and disaster movies.
- The PLR office says a trend towards crime novels and thrillers has intensified, with Patricia Cornwell and Ian Rankin rising in the charts.
- Linda Crockett, born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is an American author and teacher, best known for her horror, romance, and psychological thrillers.
- Harlan Coben (born January 4, 1962) is an American author of mystery novels and thrillers.
- King combines the elements of psychological thrillers, science fiction, the paranormal, and detective themes into his stories.
- Patricia Cornwell always writes crime thrillers that are fantastic but BOOK OF THE DEAD, though superb, is a bit of a departure for her.
- Peter Abrahams (born 28 June 1947) is an American writer of crime thrillers.
- Other genres covered include crime, thrillers and historical.
- In thrillers influenced by film noir and tragedy, the compromised hero is often killed in the process.
- The MacGuffin is common in films, especially thrillers.
- In 2001 (WCW's final months), the Insiders continued their feud with the Natural Born Thrillers.
- The Edge of Catastrophe From thrillers to comedies, there are few films that don't have stunt performers in the credits.
- From action thrillers, comedies and dramas to kung-fu films, The Chinese Movie Channel has it all.
- The books have included science fiction, fantasy, horror and thrillers.
- Scott Nicholson is a U.S. author specializing in horror or thrillers, often set in rural Appalachia.
- Wilson's books cover everything: Horror, Adventure, medical thrillers, and of course Science Fiction and Fantasy too.
- Desmond Skirrow was a British advertising executive and writer of thrillers.
- Joseph Finder is a craftsman like writer of business thrillers, and his latest, "Power Play," is a gem.
- Phillip Margolin (born in 1944 in New York, New York) is a writer of legal thrillers.
- Michael Francis Gilbert, (July 17, 1912 – February 8, 2006), was a British writer of both fictional mysteries and thrillers who wrote as Michael Gilbert.
- Jane Adams (born 1960, Leicester) is a British writer of psychological thrillers.
- We set out to write fast-moving, tightly plotted thrillers -- so naturally the pace, structure and tone were all different from the novels I write today.
- The Bourne Supremacy The Bourne Supremacy is the second in a series of spy thrillers based on novels by the late Robert Ludlum.
- Martin Cruz Smith, bestselling author of Gorky Park among many others, began his career dashing off thrillers under pseudonyms.
- Thousands of listening hours from 10 genres (Adventure, comedy, detective, drama, mystery, scifi, suspense, thrillers, horrors and western).
- Carol Plum-Ucci is a phenomenal writer who mixes elements of thrillers, mysteries, and problem novels with great success.
- Hayford Peirce (born January 7, 1942, Bangor, Maine) is a writer of science fiction, mysteries, and spy thrillers.
- Hayford Peirce (born January 7, 1942, Bangor, Maine) is an American writer of science fiction, mysteries, and spy thrillers.
- The Forgotten is a must read novel, by a must read author, and I highly recommend it to all readers of horror and thrillers.
- Anthony Price (born 1928 in Hertfordshire, England) is an author of espionage thrillers.
- Jack King is a pseudonym for an author of spy thrillers.
- James Leasor (December 10, 1923 – September 10, 2007) was a British author, who wrote historical books and thrillers.
- Ken Follett (born June 5, 1949) is a British author of thrillers and historical novels.
- Michael Francis Gilbert, (July 17, 1912 – February 8, 2006), was a British writer of mysteries and thrillers who wrote as Michael Gilbert.
- Official web site of Michael Connelly, bestselling author of mysteries, thrillers, and the Harry Bosch LAPD detective series.
- For adults: women's fiction, romance, historicals; crime and thrillers; science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and horror.
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