Saturday, August 17, 2013

Frederick Forsyth On His New Thriller 'The Kill List'

Randy Cordova at the Arizona Republic interviews the great thriller writer Frederick Forsyth on his new novel, The Kill List.

In “The Kill List,” a manhunter known as the Tracker pursues an Islamic radical who is using the Internet to spread his messages of hate. That’s the core of the latest densely plotted thriller from Frederick Forsyth, who has been creating novels of intrigue for more than 40 years.

A former war correspondent, the Brit launched his career with 1971’s “The Day of the Jackal,” which reached the top of the New York Times best-seller list and inspired a 1973 movie. Since then, he has continued with such successes as “The Odessa File,” “The Dogs of War” and “The Fourth Protocol.”

Forsyth, who lives in Buckinghamshire outside of London, will visit the Valley on a rare book tour and read from “The Kill List.” With a droll wit, he discussed the book and his career during a quick jaunt to the States.

You can read the interview via the below link:

You can also read my column on Frederick Forsyth via the below link:

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