Lighting in particular, like the rubbery texture of what I call the Spy v. Spy lamp
Fitzhugh's sequel to Harriet the Spy, is also a wonderful and very odd book.
Emporio Armani's all-black collection was titled "Spy," but these would-be secret agents weren't very enigmatic.
I've never been much of a tattoo man (I don't even want to tie my identity to something long enough to put a bumper sticker on my car, much less write something forever on my body), but I must admit the Harriet the Spy is pretty sharp.
God's Spy is the latest book under review at Material Witness. .... take a bow, Juan Gomez-Jurado, journalist, debut novelist and confident storyteller.