Would you read a Cold War Spy Thriller written by a woman?
Would a spy thriller be more commercially accepted under a male pen name? When I think of the genre, I think of Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum, David Baldacci, Clive Cussler, or John Le Carre.
Absolutely! As long as it was good I don't care about the gender of the writer or the lead character.
You bet I would. I love a good spy thriller and would not care one way or the other who wrote it.
I would enjoy any Cold War Spy Thriller that maintained credibility. The gender of the author is not an issue; obviously, there are women engaged in espionage and spycraft that could write well on the topic.
Sure, why not? The "regulars" get old. I always enjoy reading new or unknown authors if they are good.
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