A Reader's Guide to the Spy and Thriller Novel
This essential sourcebook to the spy and thriller novel offers mystery fans fully annotated entries on more than 1,300 titles by over 150 authors in the genre. The perfect companion to early classics by Ian Fleming, Somerset Maugham, and Graham Greene, this volume also covers more recent works by Len Deighton, John le Carre, and Tom Clancy.
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Aarons Alan American assassin attempt Bantam Berlin Blackford Oakes blackmail bomb Brian Freemantle British Charles Charlie Muffin Chinese CIA agent Clive Egleton Collins Colonel communist Contract David dead death defection defector Desmond Bagley Devereaux disappearance discovers Don Smith double agent Doubleday Durell New York Edward England Eric Ambler escape Fawcett Gold Medal force former French Gerald Seymour goes Gollancz Graham Harry Heinemann Hodder & Stoughton Hood identify identity Illya Kuryakin intelligence agent investigate Israeli Jack Higgins Joe Gall Kenneth Royce kidnapped kill killer leader learns Len Deighton London Mamur Zapt Martin Matt Helm Michael military missile Morrow Moscow murder Mysterious Napoleon Solo Nazi nuclear officer operation Paris Peter Peter O'Donnell Phil Sherman Philip Atlee political president Pseudonym Quiller Richard Robert Russian scientist Secret Mission sent SIS agent Stephen Marlowe suspects Ted Allbeury terrorist Thomas uncovers Viking wife William