With his latest book, The Fox, Frederick Forsyth jumps into the world of offensive cyber war. But is the book worth a read?
The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth was published in 1971. The subsequent movie based on the novel was released in 1973. In the (nearly) fifty years since these releases many have tried to emulate both, but few have bettered the originals. If you haven’t …
The Day of the Jackal is a story about a failed assassination attempt. Five questions can explain the central premise on which the story is built.