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Deighton

(ˈdeɪtən)
n
(Biography) Len. born 1929, British thriller writer. His books include The Ipcress File (1962), Bomber (1970), and the trilogy Berlin Game, Mexico Set, and London Match (1983–85)
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In practical terms, I am more contemplative - like Bernard Samson in Len Deighton's spy novels or Quiller in Adam Hall's books.
and Illusion in Len Deighton's Early Novels." Clues: A Journal
WILL Shakespeare used a quill, Jeffrey Archer used a fountain pen, Len Deighton tried dictation and modern authors use computers.
The much-anticipated SS-GB, based on the alternate history book by Len Deighton, will also be simulcast with the UK premiere on the Cosmote channel in Greece.
Len Deighton's novel Bomber was the first to be written how?
They include more items owned by his father who met a number of celebrities through his work including comedians Benny Hill and Michael Bentine and author Len Deighton before retiring to Gosforth.
I'm not the first--and I certainly won't be the last--to compare Charles Cumming's novels to those of the espionage genre masters: John le Carre; Len Deighton; Alan Furst.
The many books on World War II appear in four sections: "Europe: The Bombers," "Europe: Fighters and POWs," "The Pacific: Fighters and Bombers," and "World War II: The Home Front." Among the famous writers and their works included therein are Len Deighton, Bomber; John Hersey, The War Lover; Martin Caidin, The Last Dogfight; and James Gould Cozzens, Guard of Honor.
of West Georgia) investigates the work of six novelists: Eric Ambler, Graham Greene, Len Deighton, John le Carre, Stella Rimington, and Charles Cumming.
The actor also insisted that his 'Palmer' was a much better spy than 'James Bond' because Caine's creation, based on novelist Len Deighton's bespectacled character, was such a normal guy.
QI enjoyed the Len Deighton book Berlin Game and a friend told me that he thought it had been on TV in some form - was he right?
Though we're sure you'll all agree that Michael Caine is so good as Len Deighton's unglamorous hero, he could play the part in his sleep.