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Grand master of the thinking man's thriller

Dialogue, details, description, action -- Ross Thomas did it all

By Richard Gillis
May 30, 2004

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During a career that spanned three decades, Ross Thomas produced 25 novels that many consider the finest political thrillers ever penned by an American. Starting in 1966 with ''The Cold War Swap" -- a spy story that garnered an Edgar Award for Best First Mystery -- each new Thomas outing attracted more critical acclaim than the one before. He was ... (Full Article: 935 Words)

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