LIFE: COLD, HOT AND ALL.

Prologue   Titus The ugliness of the veranda is worth killing for, it is grotesquely plain, a blind stab to the heart of art. I love shapes, the beauty behind structures, the outer quality that gives form to the inner conversations of the mind. Through this I see man as an instrument of art, each … Continue reading LIFE: COLD, HOT AND ALL.

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BOOK REVIEW: THE MAN FROM ST. PETERSBURG, BY KEN FOLLETT

The average action-adventure movie or novel usually gives you characters playing roles that insofar as they stay true to originality do not blur the lines between the good guys and the bad guys. You have no choice but to admire the immaculately tanned skin of the former FBI agent-turned fugitive who has been framed for … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE MAN FROM ST. PETERSBURG, BY KEN FOLLETT