H3: 10/14/09 Vince Flynn

October 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Radio Show, The Novelists

10140903 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Mitch Rapp is back in Pursuit Of Honor, and so is America’s most popular novelist, Vince Flynn as he spends the hour talking about the latest book and how he views national security trends in America.

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5 Responses to “H3: 10/14/09 Vince Flynn”
  1. jack robinson says:

    da

  2. jack robinson says:

    Duane,

    i’m sure u r over worked w/ this email stuff — medium red is ok –
    a re-awakened Angles fan
    it stated with the KC Royal… a big move back to West LA ..
    so go Angels …. no need to respond —– happy B-ball weekend.

    • Duane Patterson says:

      i sure hope it will be a happy b-ball weekend. if the halos can split on the road, things look real good.

      • John Vukson says:

        The Yanks are peaking as a team and the Angels pitching is really getting strong. Good pitching stops good hitting. Whatever happens, it should be great BASEBALL.

  3. Randy Murphy says:

    On Hugh’s advice, I got a Vince Flynn book. It was ‘Term Limits’ I think. Regrettably, I found the plot unconvincing, and the characters shallow. Because I am a fan of Hugh (I’m here, aren’t I?), I will give Vince one more try. Of course, some might say, “How many books have you written?” My reply, “None, but then again, it’s how many I buy that really counts.”

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