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James Cobb posts on 5/1/2007 1:20:12 AM Concerning Robert Ludlum's Covert One series. Mr.Ludlum, one of the all time greatones, is indeed no longer with us. But just because he has died doesn't mean that his concepts and characters must die with him. They can still provide adventure and entertainment for his many readers via the branded authors, such as myself, who have been selected by the Ludlum estate to carry on his work. I can assure you that with my upcoming Covert One nover, The Arctic Event, I've made no effort to present myself as Mr. Ludlum or to ape to "ape" Mr. Ludlum's unique writing style. I couldn't do that even if I wanted to. What I am doing is presenting my interperetation of his characters and his concepts in my way. I hope he legion of fans will be pleased with the result. It's an honor to work in his Universe. PS. No word yet on the new Amanda novel but you can catch a short story set in Amanda's Universe and starring one of the characters from the books in Joe Haldeman's new Future Weapons of War Anthology. "The Lady" herself makes an appearance as well.
Sum Gai posts on 4/25/2007 9:29:48 PM Robert Ludlum IS DEAD. For SIX YEARS, now. Yet - this corpse has apparently "written" six new books. Cobb - I like your writing. Please don't contribute to the obscene fiction that a dead guy's still cranking out books.
Joe Maxwell posts on 4/22/2007 9:06:40 PM Anxiously awaiting Phantom Force's release here in the U.S., or even just in English. Can't wait to find out what happens after Target Lock. Anybody hear anything? I looked on Baen's website but no such luck.

Joseph Herbert posts on 4/3/2007 10:37:54 PM Mr. Cobb; I'm a retired BM in the Army's Navy (Many more but very little ships!), I am addicted to you're heroine Amanda Lee Garrett. Are you going to do any more books about my favorite O7? If not, would you consider a ghost writer or similar deal to continue the series? Joseph Herbert, SSG, USA (Ret.)
ozFinn posts on 4/3/2007 9:25:16 AM I'm an avid reader of the Amanda Garrett series and have been ever since my uncle gave me a copy of Choosers of the Slain. Rereading the comments here I was thrilled to note that there's another book in the series. Hope the contract negotiations go well and there's an english language release soon. I doubt it'll be released in Australia, but I'll order it from the net if I have to!
Anonymous posts on 2/23/2007 4:48:53 PM 1 Chosers of the slain 2 Storm Dragon Sea Dragon Sea Strike 3 Sea Fighter 4 Target Lock
Anonymous posts on 2/23/2007 3:12:21 PM Where does "Sea Dragon" fit into the Garrett series? I think its the second but some list "Sea Strike". It almost appears that these are the smae books but with different tiltes.
Scott posts on 1/9/2007 10:12:17 AM I dont see a release date for Phantom force on the Baen website up to June, any idea when it might be released???? I cant wait!
Geoffrey Kidd posts on 12/24/2006 9:01:37 PM Excellent story in a volume filled with high-quality stories. Title: "First Cup of Coffee War" Thank you, Mr. Cobb, for a great read!
Erik posts on 12/14/2006 8:40:32 PM Does anyone have anything to report? Nothing has been mentioned on Baen's Bar that I've seen...
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