The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen

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Thorndike Press, 2012 - Fiction - 679 pages
31 Reviews
Introduction by President Bill Clinton

Former covert operative Ty Hunter has become almost by accident the number one film star in the world. When he is recruited on a clandestine mission to thwart the transfer of nuclear warheads into rogue hands he must deploy every skill he has as an actor soldier and spy. Donning his fame as a disguise Ty matches wits and muscle with an enigmatic billionaire and his nefarious protégé even as he falls in love with the woman closest to them both.

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An interesting plot and storyline. - Goodreads
Caplan's writing style is not appealing to me. - Goodreads
Sex scenes that are a great argument for chastity. - Goodreads
Caplan is not a bad writer. - Goodreads

Review: The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen: A Novel

User Review  - Caroline - Goodreads

I got this at the airport to replace 'Grand Solo for Anton'. Another miss. Thought the intro by Clinton promised a great mystery but it is so cliche, I quit reading it less than a quarter of the way through. Read full review

Review: The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen: A Novel

User Review  - Amy Cohen - Goodreads

I made the mistake of starting this book, putting it down to read a few more, and then picking it back up to finish. When I went back to it, I should have just started over, and had a bit of trouble ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Thomas Caplan, a founder of the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, is the author of two previous novels, "Line of Chance "and "Parallelogram," He lives in Maryland and travels frequently to England.

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