Tag Archives: David Cornwell

Impeachment hearings are all about non-fictional and fictional storytelling

A few months ago I first heard someone on TV talk about “the server in the Ukraine.” It was a Republican congressman talking, and he was behaving in a way I’ve now come to realize is the delivery system for … Continue reading

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A fictional Robert Mueller?

Last night I finished re-reading Call For The Dead, David Cornwell’s first spy novel. I don’t know how many times I’ve read it. This, and a few other great crime novels, are collectively my security blanket while I am in … Continue reading

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NYT headline reminds me: I’m waiting for the next indictment

Have you read the Times special section, “The Plot To Subvert An Election”, written by Scott Shane and Mark Mazzetti? I’m sure you have. I’m reading it now, with the same concentration I have when reading (and re-reading) David Cornwell’s … Continue reading

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