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Remembering Robert Ludlum

Post by: Kabita Sonowal














Thrilling conspiracies, espionage cover, and speedy literature: Robert Ludlum lived and wrote some of the most exciting and enthralling piece of action literature in which a reader could immerse. And a lot of his literature translated into films. Today, he would’ve lived to see decades of his popularity arising from literature. He certainly lived to tell several stories; he served as a marine, a theater actor, producer, and a writer. He wrote 23 thriller novels and they were translated into 33 languages in 40 countries! Some of his most well-read books include The Bourne Identity (Bourne Trilogy, Book 1), The Matarese Circle, and Cassandra Compact.


Here is a tribute to the man who made a change to the world of thriller & spy literature.


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For me his set of three books will dependably be the measuring stick against which I think about activity/undertaking and thriller/professional killer/government organization themed books.
Mon,Jun 16th 2014 8:10 AM
The best in espionage thrillers, taking you by the neck once you open the book, will leave you only after the last chapter,
Fri,May 25th 2012 7:58 AM