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by N. J. Crisp

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Author:
N. J. Crisp
ISBN13:
978-0893405533
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0893405531
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J. Curley (1982)
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Norman James Crisp (11 December 1923 – 14 June 2005), known as a writer only by his initials and surname, N. J. Crisp, was a prolific British television writer, dramatist and novelist.

Norman James Crisp (11 December 1923 – 14 June 2005), known as a writer only by his initials and surname, N. In the sixties after writing some single dramas, Crisp moved to writing for serials and turned out scripts for many BBC series including Compact, R3, Dixon of Dock Green, Dr Finlay's Casebook, Colditz and Secret Army.

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There are plenty of non-family friendly PB Crisps posts throughout Twitter, some of which are hysterical, if you're looking to dive deeper.

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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780671456054. Release Date:April 1983.

TV dramatist, playwright and novelist A prolific writer in all mediums, Crisp published several novels including The Brink (1982).

TV dramatist, playwright and novelist. Thursday 18 August 2005 00:00. In a different vein, Crisp scripted the feature-length television drama The Masks of Death (1984), starring Peter Cushing as Sherlock Holmes and John Mills as Dr Watson, and the horror film Murder Elite (1985), featuring Ali MacGraw. A prolific writer in all mediums, Crisp published several novels including The Brink (1982), Yesterday's Gone (1983), In the Long Run (1988) and The Ninth Circle (1988).

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An extraordinary examination of an international crisis, Cuba on the Brink illustrates the ongoing "Cuba problem," and will help guide our actions toward other countries deemed hostile to our national interest. With the disintegration of the Soviet Union and international socialism, Cuba now finds itself isolated as the United States continues to press for its economic and political collapse.

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  • A Vast, underground computer network controls all the free world's missiles, security data, and surveillance systems. It is guarded by an unbreakable master code.
    But someone has broken it. Someone has fed to the Russians the means to explode the West's defenses with a single flick of a switch.
    Now Field Agent Conroy, a suspect himself, begins his own search for the traitor. A search that leads him to the genius who created the computer...to the head od British intelligence...and to a beautiful agent he trusts against his own instincts.
    Because there is no one else. And time is running out.

  • Crisp is a decent storyteller, but he is helplessly blinded by ideology. In his alternate universe, the Soviet Union is technologically superior to the West, which is inevitably headed for economic disaster. Oil is in such short supply there is rationing in Europe, with most people unable to afford any at all. NATO has placed their nuclear weapons under computer control, without human intervention.
    Supposedly his computer consultant son assured him of the feasibility of certain elements of the story. But given the discussions of the computer, its programming, and its virtual infallibility, they obviously did not understand computers, even though this was published in 1982.
    I got this book for free, so it was mildly amusing to read a Soviet apologist's fictional account of a nuclear crisis. Thank God (and Ronald Reagan) that history turned out much differently. Read Tom Clancy instead.