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»Red Sparrow isn’t just a fast-paced thriller — it’s a first-rate novel as noteworthy for its superior style as for its gripping depiction of a secretive world.

Art Taylor

Spy thriller: Art Taylor about the novel Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews. His review at The Washington Post.

»Each of the books in this new series has been distinctive and enjoyable in its own way, but Solo strikes me as perhaps the boldest departure — still demonstrably a Bond novel but also a Boyd one, with richer and deeper concerns coursing right alongside the Flemingesque flourishes that should keep fans satisfied, as well.«

Art Taylor

Back to the late ’60s: Art Taylor about Solo, the latest James Bond novel by William Boyd. His review at The Washington Post.

»There’s something exciting about a novelist filling in the blank spots that a traditional biography can’t quite touch, but Toperoff overplays his hand, sometimes undoing what’s been scrupulously recorded elsewhere.«

Art Taylor

Lillian and Dash reimagines the romance between author Dashiell Hammett and playwright Lillian Hellman. Art Taylor reviews the novel by Sam Toperoff at The Washington Post.