If anyone remembers the 1982 movie "Firefox", where Clint Eastwood is smuggled into the Soviet Union to steal a new technological warplane, than you may or may not know that Craig Thomas, the author of the novel of which the movie was based, worte a sequel called "Firefox Down", published a year after the movie came out. After seeing "Firefox" several years ago, I searched down a copy of the book and the sequel (there's also 2 other novels with Clint Eastwood's character, Mitchell Gant, but don't have to do with the Firefox). I've since read nearly all of the guy's books, and always wished that "Firefox Down" or any of his other books would be adapted for the screen. And just today the only Craig Thomas fan-site I know of reported that a couple guys from a production company are looking into buying the rights to the book. Here's the link: http://uk.geocities.com/hindgunship/index.html I've been going crazy since I read this. There's no movie I would want to get made more than this, and maybe it could lead to the other novels to get made. "Snow Falcon", my favorite Craig Thomas book, would be my first pick for a movie, and also, if they could do it right, "The Bear's Tears" would make a GREAT movie.