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Do You Also Remember Nick Carter?

I was a long-standing fan of Nick Carter, the prolific writer. I know he is old and out of circulation, but I will never forget some of his works I have read.

He is a master painter of words. With his books you need not watch all these films. They are just like watching films.

What memory of this man did you have?

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@semid4lyfe  Bond was still a gentleman in some ways, this guy was definitely not a gentleman. I intend to find out whether its possible to get electronic copies of such books. will post them here (I am quite good at getting such).

The wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Carter_(literary_character)

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Ah. I thought Nick was the name of the recurring lead character of the book. I read only one of his books and I liked it sha. Had to do with the celts and druids

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I got to know NICK CARTER through the novel, TROUBLE IN PARADISE. Nice one

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You me mr. lie lie secret agent?

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Yes I do

The Secret Agent with the gun called Wilhemina

Hugo the Stiletto

Pietrre the Gas Bomb

Store the pen with a secret injection

that works with the super secret AXE.

of course i have. i started with the Jerusalem Files.

Its actually the name of the character not the writer. the writer's name is Lyle Engon Keel and Nick Carter is more than the american James Bond. He is deadlier. Ever read the Tulip Affair? that was the bomb. there's another one where he had to go to Saudi to save the King from his ambitious first cousin. that was even more interesting.

he is definitely not predictable.

Latter Edit: I got the wikipedia page for it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Carter_(literary_character)

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The man is toooo much!!!

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A good writer, thats all................i enjoyed his books, his gun wilheiminer, his stilleto.................and his grenade, but he becomes too predictable at times, unlike the thriller write James Hadley Chase

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Yap, I was also a long standing fan of Nick Carter. But the circulation of the book in my growing up days was not wide. I enjoyed the books but I cannot just remember any at the moment. I like Nick because he was calculated and cautious.

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