A taut thriller set in the Pacific Northwest about a simple act of turning a key in the door of a storage unit, and changing someone’s life forever. The first-person narrator, a woman who gives her name only as “Jane,” has a very minimalist way of expressing herself that is unlike my style for any novel to date.
Browsing: Collin Creighton
The world’s smartest man isn’t content with running the world’s most successful business, he is also a Nobel-Prize winning scientist, a genius composer, an Olympic-level athlete and an expert in the occult. To keep busy he’s become the go-to guy for governments around the world when a problem arises they just can’t handle.
This hot period drama just keeps getting better!
Logline: Tells the true story of the University of Washington 8-man rowing team that defeated the elite schools like Harvard and Yale to represent the United States in the 1936 Olympics in Munich. There, they won the gold medal, coming from behind to defeat the Germans and Italians crews much to the chagrin of Adolf Hitler who was in attendance.