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Bill Clinton pens the introduction, and author Thomas Caplan writes with decisive, well-paced prose. Part spy thriller, part Hollywood dazzler, The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen is a satisfying and fun intrigue story. --Heather Dileepan
From a Feminist Perspective
(There may be spoilers)
A feminist would not approve of The Spy who Jumped off the Screen by Thomas Caplan. Read more
The author spent a considerable amount of effort writing and researching for this book. I appreciate the effort. Read morePublished 3 months ago by SHAWN OCONNOR
While Thomas Caplan's The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen begins with an intriguing main character (ex-military turned movie actor) and a well worn global threat (missing Russian... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael G Kurilla
Bill Clinton's preface is beautifully written. The novel is full of names of places & luxury goods to the point of being distracting. Most of the plot is plausible and enthralling. Read morePublished 9 months ago by W. James D. Easton
I found this a very enjoyable read. I did get involved with the story
It was something I found a good escape from chores etc.
As I was reading this novel, the level and quality of the details made me think that Caplan had some 'inside' information. Read morePublished 14 months ago by PghMamaT
Where to start. Has this guy ever written a book. The plot is actually not bad, his story telling is terrible. He drones on, no life to the tale. writes it like a masters thesisPublished on November 17, 2013 by Ron Baxter
The book wasn't very believable and didn't hold my interest. It needed more editing. I didn't finish the book and that doesn't happen very often.Published on September 7, 2013 by Jean R.