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  • noun Plural form of thriller.

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Examples

  • Mr Ambler did not like the villains in thrillers: Power crazed or coldly sane master-criminals, or old-fashioned professional devils.

    Spy master Eric Ambler in The Times archive

  • Mr Ambler did not like the villains in thrillers: Power crazed or coldly sane master-criminals, or old-fashioned professional devils.

    Spy master Eric Ambler in The Times archive

  • Mr Ambler did not like the villains in thrillers: Power crazed or coldly sane master-criminals, or old-fashioned professional devils.

    Books

  • The other side to those thrillers is that people who have degrees and/or expertise in the professions that inspire the thrillers believe they have experiences and/or the knowledge to write a better thriller than the current practitioners of the genre.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » March » 31

  • Mr Ambler did not like the villains in thrillers: Power crazed or coldly sane master-criminals, or old-fashioned professional devils.

    June 2009

  • "Eisler fans may miss the sleek, moody tone that distinguished his John Rain thrillers in this highly readable first in a new series introducing another assassin hero."

    Fault Line by Barry Eisler: Book summary

  • The other side to those thrillers is that people who have degrees and/or expertise in the professions that inspire the thrillers believe they have experiences and/or the knowledge to write a better thriller than the current practitioners of the genre.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » March

  • The other side to those thrillers is that people who have degrees and/or expertise in the professions that inspire the thrillers believe they have experiences and/or the knowledge to write a better thriller than the current practitioners of the genre.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Lies, Scam Artists, and Bullshit Meters (Networking Part 5)

  • The other side to those thrillers is that people who have degrees and/or expertise in the professions that inspire the thrillers believe they have experiences and/or the knowledge to write a better thriller than the current practitioners of the genre.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » March

  • Mr Ambler did not like the villains in thrillers: Power crazed or coldly sane master-criminals, or old-fashioned professional devils.

    PETRONA

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