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THRILLERS
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Definitions

  1. Thrillers are characterized by fast pacing, frequent action, and resourceful heroes who must thwart the plans of more-powerful and better-equipped villains.
  2. Thrillers are defined not by their subject matter but by their approach to it.

Legal Thrillers

  1. Sheldon Siegel is to legal thrillers like Robin Cook is to medical thrillers.

Set

  1. Andrew Lau and Alan Mak 's blockbuster Infernal Affairs trilogy (2002–2003) has set off a mini-trend of brooding police thrillers.

Fantastic

  1. 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.

Spies

  1. The heroes in most thrillers are frequently "hard men" accustomed to danger: law enforcement officers, spies, soldiers, seamen or aviators.

Backstage

  1. Backstage, Sanders told The Thrillers that he had something special for the upcoming WCW tag team title match.

Drama

  1. Kamal Haasan performs predominantly in leading roles in high-budget and major studio films, ranging from romantic comedies and drama to action thrillers.

Prolific Writer

  1. Stephen Leather is a prolific writer, with around 20 thrillers to his credit.

American Writer

  1. John Lee is an American writer of thrillers, many of them set in Second World War settings, as well as non-fiction books.

Science Fiction

  1. Black operations are a popular subject in literature, television, cinema, and video games, featuring most often in thrillers and science fiction.

Best

  1. Although his books are best known for being thrillers, they are often more focused on aspects of science fiction, spirituality, and whodunit.
  2. Thrillers Our Price: $29.95 $18.95 A superb thriller from one of the best new thriller writers.

Action Films

  1. Action films are largely derived from crime films and thrillers, by way of westerns and to some extent war films and disaster movies.

Patricia Cornwell

  1. The PLR office says a trend towards crime novels and thrillers has intensified, with Patricia Cornwell and Ian Rankin rising in the charts.

American Author

  1. Linda Crockett, born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is an American author and teacher, best known for her horror, romance, and psychological thrillers.
  2. Harlan Coben (born January 4, 1962) is an American author of mystery novels and thrillers.

Elements

  1. King combines the elements of psychological thrillers, science fiction, the paranormal, and detective themes into his stories.

Crime

  1. Patricia Cornwell always writes crime thrillers that are fantastic but BOOK OF THE DEAD, though superb, is a bit of a departure for her.
  2. Peter Abrahams (born 28 June 1947) is an American writer of crime thrillers.
  3. Other genres covered include crime, thrillers and historical.

Film Noir

  1. In thrillers influenced by film noir and tragedy, the compromised hero is often killed in the process.

Films

  1. The MacGuffin is common in films, especially thrillers.

Insiders

  1. In 2001 (WCW's final months), the Insiders continued their feud with the Natural Born Thrillers.

Comedies

  1. The Edge of Catastrophe From thrillers to comedies, there are few films that don't have stunt performers in the credits.
  2. From action thrillers, comedies and dramas to kung-fu films, The Chinese Movie Channel has it all.

Horror

  1. The books have included science fiction, fantasy, horror and thrillers.
  2. Scott Nicholson is a U.S. author specializing in horror or thrillers, often set in rural Appalachia.
  3. Wilson's books cover everything: Horror, Adventure, medical thrillers, and of course Science Fiction and Fantasy too.

Writer

  1. Desmond Skirrow was a British advertising executive and writer of thrillers.
  2. Joseph Finder is a craftsman like writer of business thrillers, and his latest, "Power Play," is a gem.
  3. Phillip Margolin (born in 1944 in New York, New York) is a writer of legal thrillers.

British Writer

  1. Michael Francis Gilbert, (July 17, 1912 – February 8, 2006), was a British writer of both fictional mysteries and thrillers who wrote as Michael Gilbert.
  2. Jane Adams (born 1960, Leicester) is a British writer of psychological thrillers.

Novels

  1. 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.
  2. The Bourne Supremacy The Bourne Supremacy is the second in a series of spy thrillers based on novels by the late Robert Ludlum.

Bestselling Author

  1. Martin Cruz Smith, bestselling author of Gorky Park among many others, began his career dashing off thrillers under pseudonyms.

Mystery

  1. Thousands of listening hours from 10 genres (Adventure, comedy, detective, drama, mystery, scifi, suspense, thrillers, horrors and western).

Mysteries

  1. Carol Plum-Ucci is a phenomenal writer who mixes elements of thrillers, mysteries, and problem novels with great success.
  2. Hayford Peirce (born January 7, 1942, Bangor, Maine) is a writer of science fiction, mysteries, and spy thrillers.
  3. Hayford Peirce (born January 7, 1942, Bangor, Maine) is an American writer of science fiction, mysteries, and spy thrillers.

Author

  1. The Forgotten is a must read novel, by a must read author, and I highly recommend it to all readers of horror and thrillers.
  2. Anthony Price (born 1928 in Hertfordshire, England) is an author of espionage thrillers.
  3. Jack King is a pseudonym for an author of spy thrillers.

British Author

  1. James Leasor (December 10, 1923 – September 10, 2007) was a British author, who wrote historical books and thrillers.
  2. Ken Follett (born June 5, 1949) is a British author of thrillers and historical novels.

Thrillers

  1. Michael Francis Gilbert, (July 17, 1912 – February 8, 2006), was a British writer of mysteries and thrillers who wrote as Michael Gilbert.
  2. Official web site of Michael Connelly, bestselling author of mysteries, thrillers, and the Harry Bosch LAPD detective series.
  3. For adults: women's fiction, romance, historicals; crime and thrillers; science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and horror.

Categories

  1. British Author
  2. Secrets > Mysteries
  3. Bestselling Author
  4. British Writer
  5. Culture > Arts > Films > Horror
  6. Books about "Thrillers" in Amazon.com

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