Happy Sunday! I had an ear worm in my head this morning, which led me down a few musical rabbit trails this morning while thinking about our 52 Books Bingo theme this week. We're having a Heat Wave, a magical heat wave, because we're expecting temps in the triple digits for the next two weeks.
Which then segued to Secret Agent Man:
"There's a man who leads a life of danger
To everyone he meets he stays a stranger
With every move he makes
Another chance he takes
Odds are he won't live to see tomorrow
Secret agent man, secret agent man
They've given you a number
And taken away your name."
Then Peter Gunn popped up. But he was more of a private eye, than a secret agent. Right? Now the theme music written by Henry Mancini is cueing up.
Enjoy! I did!
Okay back to books:
Five Books Presents the best five books about post soviet spy thrillers; spies; secret service; covert action: spies, lies, and foreign correspondents; espionage, et al.
Beyond the Bookends presents 14 Gripping and Authentic Books about Female Spies
Musement blog presents 13 of the Best International Spy Novels
The Real Book Spy presents The Ten Baddest Dudes in the Spy Genre Right Now.
Have fun following rabbit trails!
Our A to Z and Back Again Letter and Word of the week are Q and Quarry
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