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A Small Death in Lisbon by Robert Wilson

I was recommended to the works of Robert Wilson by a friend of mine and I am glad I was. The espionage thriller, ‘A small death in Lisbon’, intrigued me and so, along with a love of all things Portuguese, I … Continue reading

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Storm Troop by Leo Kessler

Leo Kessler, aka Charles Whiting, was a prodigious writer who died in 2007, writing some 350 fiction and non-fiction books – quite astonishing. Many of his great novels are detailed on the wonderful Fantastic Fiction site which I visit so … Continue reading

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The Quiller Memorandum by Adam Hall

This is one of the first adventure/spy novels I read and I became a firm fan of Quiller and Adam Hall. The Quiller Memorandum which was also known as The Berlin Memorandum was written by Adam Hall in 1965.  Hall introduced Quiller in … Continue reading

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The Salzburg Connection by Helen MacInnes

The story begins near to Salzburg, Austria, when a photographer called Richard Bryant dives into the Fintersee Lake, high in the mountains, to retrieve a large chest that had lain there for many years. Unknown to him, he is observed … Continue reading

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