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31st Aug '16 4:37:44 AM erforce
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** ''Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy'', a video game based on the Matt Damon Bourne movies, follows this naming pattern.

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** ''Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy'', VideoGame/TheBourneConspiracy'', a video game based on the Matt Damon Bourne ''Bourne'' movies, follows this naming pattern.
20th Aug '16 6:23:58 PM pyroclastic
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Compare TheCrimeJob, TheCaseOf, and OminiousLegalPhraseTitle. The MadLibFantasyTitle is another genre's version of this, but while the Fantasy title is likely to have specific ''words'' in it, it's not necessarily a three-part formula.

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Compare TheCrimeJob, TheCaseOf, and OminiousLegalPhraseTitle.OminousLegalPhraseTitle. The MadLibFantasyTitle is another genre's version of this, but while the Fantasy title is likely to have specific ''words'' in it, it's not necessarily a three-part formula.
20th Aug '16 6:23:28 PM pyroclastic
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Compare TheCrimeJob and TheCaseOf. The MadLibFantasyTitle is another genre's version of this, but while the Fantasy title is likely to have specific ''words'' in it, it's not necessarily a three-part formula.

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Compare TheCrimeJob TheCrimeJob, TheCaseOf, and TheCaseOf.OminiousLegalPhraseTitle. The MadLibFantasyTitle is another genre's version of this, but while the Fantasy title is likely to have specific ''words'' in it, it's not necessarily a three-part formula.
10th Mar '16 4:19:07 AM Koveras
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A random title generator following this formula is [[http://www.koveras.org/thriller/ here]].

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A random title generator following this formula is [[http://www.[[http://legacy.koveras.org/thriller/ here]].
7th Mar '16 11:26:43 AM erforce
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* Strangely enough of all of Creator/IanFleming's works, only a single ''Literature/JamesBond'' short-story actually fits this pattern: ''[[Literature/ForYourEyesOnly The Hildebrand Rarity]]''.

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* Strangely enough of all of Creator/IanFleming's works, only a single ''Literature/JamesBond'' short-story actually fits this pattern: ''[[Literature/ForYourEyesOnly "[[Literature/ForYourEyesOnly The Hildebrand Rarity]]''.Rarity]]".



** As does ''The James Bond Dossier'', the first critical analysis of IanFleming's Bond novels by Kingsley Amis (who would later write a Bond novel himself).

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** As does ''The James Bond Dossier'', the first critical analysis of IanFleming's Creator/IanFleming's Bond novels by Kingsley Amis (who would later [[Literature/ColonelSun write a Bond a]] ''[[Literature/ColonelSun Bond]]'' [[Literature/ColonelSun novel himself).himself]]).



* DanBrown's ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode''; and also ''The Solomon Key'', the working title for ''Literature/TheLostSymbol''.

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* DanBrown's Creator/DanBrown's ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode''; and also ''The Solomon Key'', the working title for ''Literature/TheLostSymbol''.



* In ''They Eat Puppies, Don't They?'' by Creator/ChristopherBuckley, defense-contractor lobbyist Walter "Bird" McIntyre moonlights as a thriller writer, being the author of ''The Armageddon Infiltration'', ''The Armageddon Immolation'' and ''The Armageddon Exfiltration''.

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* In ''They Eat Puppies, Don't They?'' by Creator/ChristopherBuckley, defense-contractor lobbyist Walter "Bird" McIntyre [=McIntyre=] moonlights as a thriller writer, being the author of ''The Armageddon Infiltration'', ''The Armageddon Immolation'' and ''The Armageddon Exfiltration''.
23rd Jan '16 3:44:16 PM caffeinatedkate
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** ''The Lazarus Experiment''
24th Nov '15 11:34:35 AM crazysamaritan
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* TheBechdelTest
22nd Oct '15 4:58:46 PM eroock
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* ''Film/TheParallaxView''
26th Aug '15 11:19:47 AM OddHack
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** ''The Rhesus Chart''
** ''The Annihilation Score''
5th Jul '15 5:02:03 PM Prfnoff
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* In ''They Shoot Puppies, Don't They?'' by Creator/ChristopherBuckley, defense-contractor lobbyist Walter "Bird" McIntyre moonlights as a thriller writer, being the author of ''The Armageddon Infiltration'', ''The Armageddon Immolation'' and ''The Armageddon Exfiltration''.

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* In ''They Shoot Eat Puppies, Don't They?'' by Creator/ChristopherBuckley, defense-contractor lobbyist Walter "Bird" McIntyre moonlights as a thriller writer, being the author of ''The Armageddon Infiltration'', ''The Armageddon Immolation'' and ''The Armageddon Exfiltration''.
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