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Old 10-23-2012, 08:08 PM   #76
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Is it just me or does the Library Journal review contain a spoiler? I've never noticed them doing that before, the amazon blurb doesn't mention it, it seems to me to be a key piece of information.
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Is it just me or does the Library Journal review contain a spoiler? I've never noticed them doing that before, the amazon blurb doesn't mention it, it seems to me to be a key piece of information.
Now that you mention it, I think it does contain a spoiler. The Amazon description contains no spoilers, but the Library Journal review is right under it.
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First published in England in 1984 by Martin Secker & Warburg:

(The Amazon product page seems to confuse this in part with Colin Watson's Flaxborough 'Blue Monday' and lists Watson's author bio, but the book is Dunne's.)

Blue Murder (A Classic Cold War Thriller) by Colin Dunne


“Our line of work? If it was a department store, you’d go straight through Military, turn left at Espionage, and you’d find us on the right, just past Crime.”

Meet Yokel and Kit, the two most maverick spies ever to work on the payroll of British intelligence. Members of the Unit, a top-secret, black-ops team working behind the most dangerous lines of the Cold War, they are sent into East Germany, at the height of mid-1980s hostilities between the mighty powers of East and West.

But the mission goes horribly wrong and they find themselves thrown into a conspiracy of terrifying proportions. Abandoned and alone, they must fight, not only to finish the job, but also for their own survival.

Stretching from Germany's Harz Mountains, to the brothels of Bangkok, to the mean streets of London's East End, the two men race into a hair-raising global journey that will keep the reader gripped from the first page to the last.

Colin Dunne’s classic Cold War thriller is a master-class of light-touch thriller writing that combines the pace and tension of Jack Higgins with the wit and intelligence of Len Deighton and the sophistication and style of Ian Fleming.

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Blue Murder is listed as one of Colin Watson's titles at Fantastic Fiction and on the wiki page - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Watson_%28writer%29 - which is probably a part of the confusion. Dunne isn't nearly as prolific or well known (this is assuming that Amazon linked in the author page and that the publisher didn't just screw it up themselves).

Endeavour's website is a mess - no author list or titles list, just a running blog-like listing of books.

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(The Amazon product page seems to confuse this in part with Colin Watson's Flaxborough 'Blue Monday' and lists Watson's author bio, but the book is Dunne's.)

Blue Murder (A Classic Cold War Thriller) by Colin Dunne


“Our line of work? If it was a department store, you’d go straight through Military, turn left at Espionage, and you’d find us on the right, just past Crime.”

Meet Yokel and Kit, the two most maverick spies ever to work on the payroll of British intelligence. Members of the Unit, a top-secret, black-ops team working behind the most dangerous lines of the Cold War, they are sent into East Germany, at the height of mid-1980s hostilities between the mighty powers of East and West.

But the mission goes horribly wrong and they find themselves thrown into a conspiracy of terrifying proportions. Abandoned and alone, they must fight, not only to finish the job, but also for their own survival.

Stretching from Germany's Harz Mountains, to the brothels of Bangkok, to the mean streets of London's East End, the two men race into a hair-raising global journey that will keep the reader gripped from the first page to the last.

Colin Dunne’s classic Cold War thriller is a master-class of light-touch thriller writing that combines the pace and tension of Jack Higgins with the wit and intelligence of Len Deighton and the sophistication and style of Ian Fleming.

Colin Dunne’s writing has been widely praised.

'Cleverly plotted and genuinely witty’ (Jack Higgins)

‘Crisp characters, amazing pace, every low punch in the book on target’
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Fogarty and his friend and colleague, medical examiner Josef Tanaka, also discover that Flint was selling massive quantities of illegal steroids to hardcore bodybuilders. In a world where total physical prowess is the ultimate goal, and strength truly equals power, performance-enhancing chemicals are more than worth their weight in gold.

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Is it just me or does the Library Journal review contain a spoiler? I've never noticed them doing that before, the amazon blurb doesn't mention it, it seems to me to be a key piece of information.
IIRC, I think Library Journal reviews tend to have more spoilers. From what I remember, it's because they're written for librarians, who won't have the time to read the books but who need the spoilers when it comes go recomending the books. ("Jane might like this book. Oh, wait, the LJ review says the ghosts turn out to be fake, and she hates those stories...")
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IIRC, I think Library Journal reviews tend to have more spoilers. From what I remember, it's because they're written for librarians, who won't have the time to read the books but who need the spoilers when it comes go recomending the books. ("Jane might like this book. Oh, wait, the LJ review says the ghosts turn out to be fake, and she hates those stories...")
Ummm, really? Must be some small town librarians.

I always thought they did that so that the librarian could fake that she'd read it (like mini-cliff notes).

I don't think I ever had a librarian recommend a title, after I was, say, old enough to read, at which point I picked them out myself (librarians recommended the worst possible reading, in my experience, despite having lots of great things to read at their fingertips, which they apparently never opened).
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Ummm, really? Must be some small town librarians.

I always thought they did that so that the librarian could fake that she'd read it (like mini-cliff notes).

I don't think I ever had a librarian recommend a title, after I was, say, old enough to read, at which point I picked them out myself (librarians recommended the worst possible reading, in my experience, despite having lots of great things to read at their fingertips, which they apparently never opened).
We frequent 3 libraries. At one, the librarians are very friendly, and perfectly willing to discuss a particular book & make recommendations-- making that library, of course, my preferred one despite it's smaller size. Some winners, some losers (for me), but without a doubt better than analyzing the dust jacket blurb with no other input.
I've never had any worthwhile interaction from major book store chains, either. But I've had great advice from specialty bookshops & used book stores, and found authors that I really enjoy.
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Woolfman is thrown one last chance to get his life back on track - find out what happened to Robertson and his missing millions.

An intelligence asset sent to find a financial one.

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As he starts an investigation that takes him across Europe, and into the heart of a disintegrating Soviet Union, Sam discovers that Robertson may not even be dead.

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