Revisiting The Past

I’ve mentioned on the podcast that The Day Of The Jackal is one of my favourite books. It’s a gripping thriller, where fact mixes with fiction in a riveting page-turner, as Frederick Forsyth turns his journalistic eye with fantastic detail to a tale that still holds up well today. The story of a manhunt of a nameless assassin is one that I can still see echoes of in modern thrillers today. As you can see above, my copy is a rather dog-eared and well-loved, one that I remember discovering at a school fete a rather long time ago. Continue reading “Revisiting The Past”