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  • BOOK REVIEW: Getting guns and action wrong

    Former FBI special agent Paul Lindsay's first novel, 2010's "The Bricklayer," written under the pseudonym Noah Boyd, was an impressive debut. It was a tautly written, well-constructed novel that moved quickly and engagingly. Mr. Lindsay's hero, Steve Vail, was just about everything an action-adventure hero should be.

  • BOOK REVIEW: 'The Bricklayer'

    After FBI Special Agent Paul Lindsay published his first novel, "Witness to the Truth," in 1992, his bosses began to think of him as a renegade. And it didn't help his career when, the next year, he was quoted in Vanity Fair impugning the character of FBI Director William Sessions. Now retired and the author of six previous novels, Mr. Lindsay has written his latest thriller under the alias Noah Boyd.

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  • Now retired and the author of six previous novels, Mr. Lindsay has written his latest thriller under the alias Noah Boyd.

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  • "We'll continue to make the case that President Obama and House Democrats want to do to America's health care system what they have done to General Motors," said Paul Lindsay, a spokesman for House Republicans' campaign arm, the National Republican Congressional Committee. "Having to defend such drastic government intervention paid for with reckless spending and bailouts is not an enviable position for many of these Democrats to be in next year."

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