Entries from Blood on the Page tagged with 'Barry Eisler'
Yesterday the Obama administration announced a new policy to govern the holding of terror suspects. Here's what Attorney General Eric Holder announced: "As we work towards developing a new policy to govern detainees, it is essential that we operate in... more
From ex-CIA agent turned bestselling writer comes FAULT LINE, Barry Eisler's first stand-alone thriller. A pulse-pounding and intelligent thriller that is one part Lee Child, one part Vince Flynn, and Barry Eisler all the way through. If you weren't familiar... more
Fault Line, my first standalone thriller, launches today, so I thought it would be appropriate to include some thoughts from a recent interview on the book's origins and its political milieu. The tour is taking me to Phoenix/Scottsdale, Los Angeles... more
Today I read the always-insightful Andrew Bacevich's review of David Kilcullen's "The Accidental Guerilla: Fighting Small Wars in the Midst of a Big One" (h/t Andrew Sullivan). Kilcullen is certainly an expert on the subject and the book sounds well... more
Recently, Barry Eisler added a guest post to M.J. Rose's Buzz, Balls, & Hype blog, titled "Dead Trees is a Dead Model." The focus of the post was to discuss how authors, literary agents, publishers, and booksellers need to change... more
We cannot thank our readers enough for the great response to the free giveaway of Barry Eisler's new novel, Fault Line. We were only giving away fifty copies, but based on the amount of e-mails received, we know fans a... more
On March 9th, we'll be giving you the opportunity to read three free chapters from Barry Eisler's new novel, Fault Line, before it goes on sale the following day. Can't wait until then? Well then, we're giving away free advance... more