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PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : TOMORROW’S GHOST : A NOVEL.
London : Victor Gollancz, 1979. First edition. Typist and army widow shows an unexpected aptitude for espionage – plus David Audley, Jack Butler, et al. “One of the very finest, and most subtle ... of this remarkable writer” (Patrick Cosgrave).
PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : SION CROSSING : A NOVEL.
London : Victor Gollancz, 1984. First edition. Oliver St. John Latimer, plump economist and spy-catcher, receives a request from the CIA. His rival, David Audley, also becomes involved. “First-class civilised entertainment” (Anthony Lejeune).
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PRICE, Anthony (Alan Anthony), 1928-2019 : FOR THE GOOD OF THE STATE : A NOVEL.
London : Victor Gollancz, 1986. First edition. Two KGB rivals confront each other – but on Exmoor. Polish dissidents involved and David Audley has been playing politics. “Can only add to his reputation” (Financial Times).
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