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Superspy Rick Tangle
This guy’s clearly no square. He’s one smooth operator. You’ve undoubtedly heard him coolly and ominously introduce himself — at bar or baccarat table or Barcelona bullfight or Bosnian bomb-factory or Biarritz bacchanalia — “The name’s Tangle . . . Rick Tangle”.
Superspy Rick Tangle moves in only the most elite circles, those moneyed crowds heavily populated by curvaceous cuties, rapacious ringleaders and square-jawed jughead thugs. Not to worry! — Rick Tangle knows every angle. He’s a master of dissimulation; he can play it straight, or, if necessary, turn on a dime. Just when a bad guy or a sinister dame thinks they’ve got him pegged, Rick surprises them with yet another side of his character. He’s a straight-shooter that manages to negotiate every twist and turn of each new caper.
And he’s a superspy with supersenses and instincts to match, always seeming to intuitively grasp what’s coming at him from around the next corner. You’ll never catch Rick with his pants down (unless that was his intent).
So don’t go ‘round and ‘round in a desperate search for an exciting espionage action/adventure flick; just look for Rick Tangle in his new blockbuster, “From the Pentagon to Red Square with Love (and Bullets)”.