||DiF as constant
||Some analysis of why the director tends not to be harassed
in the field.
||Another candidate for the honor.
||Great examples of speech code.
||Sauce for the goose
||Why Quiller should be held to the same parole and countersign
standards he imposes on others.
||Ladies and gentlemen, Ms. Moira...who?
||If her name changes that fast, she really must be mysterious!
||Croder: Who is this guy?
||What happened to the old Croder?
||Falling out at the Bureau?
||Somewhere along the line, did Ferris and Croder have
a little tiff?
||Back to square one
||Turns out <Northlight>'s "explanation" of why the
DiF is sacrosanct is no explanation at all.
||Fane!! I want to live forever...
||Is Fane the ultimate survival expert?
||The "betrayal" myth
||Why Quiller was not betrayed by Bureau.
||Q and Demichev
||On the confrontation between Quiller and a representative
of the "new KGB."
||Another fascinating Russian
||Volodarskiy takes his place in Hall's gallery of great
||More politics, less mystery
||The more we learn about international politics, the less
Hall is able to control his plot.
||Ferris steps over the line in describing other missions.
||Does Ferris live in Tokyo?
||Why does the Old Roach Stomper always seem to be coming
from Japan's biggest city?
||How do we explain the two Croders, the "Hopper Croder"
and the "Niven Croder"?
||St. Patrick's Day Toast
||A Quiller-appropriate toast for the holiday.
||Quiller, critic of...fashion accessories?
||How Q manages his world of signs by attending to the
unlikeliest of stimuli.
||Did Quiller finally catch the "model railroader" from
||Comments on Hall's brilliant discussion of the bleak,
ennervated corruption in the Soviet Union.
||Spookspeak, verbal and nonverbal
||Some classic communication between espions in <Northlight>.
||Emotion and caring
||Why the "emotional" Q is a farce.
||Is the world of Quiller really private?
||What happens to execs when they leave the field?
||By what logic does Q take the truck bomb with him to
the rdv at the trainyard?
||In the latter Q-orpus, Q lightens up in his contacts
with other execs.
||Why Fane is good
||The underrated DiF gets some long overdue "props."
||Feeding the cat--best scene in the whole series.
||Sisters, foolin' Q for themselves
||The master deceiver is well gulled by a couple of female
||Karasov the invisible
||A masterful job of erasing the identity of the <Northlight>
||<Northlight> gives us the occasion to track Hall's
account of the decline of the Soviet empire.