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Forsyth

(ˈfɔːsaɪθ)
n
1. (Biography) Bill. born 1947, Scottish writer and director. His films include Gregory's Girl (1981), Local Hero (1983), and Gregory's Two Girls (1999)
2. (Biography) Frederick born 1938, British thriller writer. His books include The Day of the Jackal (1970), The Odessa File (1972), and The Fourth Protocol (1984)
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Book publisher Transworld has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to a new title by thriller author Frederick Forsyth, online book trade magazine The Bookeller revealed on Tuesday.
Day of the Jackal author Frederick Forsyth recently revealed he was working with MI6 for more than 20 years.
Those who continue to think Jeremy Corbyn is anything but just another windbag have got to be worryingly gullible" Best-selling author Frederick Forsyth.
It is one more concession to a sloppy, shabby country that is daily taught to have no pride in itself" Writer Frederick Forsyth on the no-tie concession in the Commons chamber.
It is one more concession to a sloppy, shabby country that is daily taught to have no pride in itself" - Writer Frederick Forsyth on the no-tie concession in the Commons chamber.
com/Day-Jackal-Frederick-Forsyth/dp/0451239377) The Day of the Jackal " by Frederick Forsyth which revolves around a terrorist.
INSURANCE BLOW Forsyth MILLIONAIRE author Frederick Forsyth wants to swim with harmless whale sharks - but cannot get insurance for his dream.
As a child I loved Enid Blyton, Capt WE Johns, JRR Tolkien, Raymond E Feist, Fritz Leiber, Bernard Cornwell, David Eddings, Ian Fleming, Leslie Charteris, Frederick Forsyth, Wilbur Smith and Jack Higgins.
DAY of the Jackal author Frederick Forsyth has revealed he secretly worked unpaid for MI6 for 20 years during the Cold War.
Day of the Jackal author Frederick Forsyth is set to reveal he was a reallife spy - as an agent for the secret intelligence service MI6.
DAY of the Jackal thriller author Frederick Forsyth is ready to reveal he was an MI6 spy.
In an interview with Frederick Forsyth we unravel the formula behind his successful spy fictions