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Alan Williams

UK flag (b.1935)

Alan Williams was a journalist and foreign correspondent, reporting from notable hotspots worldwide including Hungary in 1956, Algeria, Vietnam and Northern Ireland. In 1962 he started writing thrillers which brought him the accolade "the natural heir to Ian Fleming" but it was his well-researched spy stories such as The Beria Papers and Gentleman Traitor (which featured real life traitor Kim Philby) which brought him international success.
Rupert Quinn
Long Run South (1962)
Barbouze (1964)
     aka The False Beards
Charles Pol
The Tale of the Lazy Dog (1970)
Shah-mak (1976)
     aka A Bullet For The Shah
Holy of Holies (1980)
Anthologies edited
Non fiction