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by William Haggard
Pages: 187 pages
Category: Science Fiction
Publisher: Walker; First Edition edition (1972)
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William Haggard (born Croydon 11 August 1907, died Frinton-on-Sea 27 October 1993) was the pseudonym of Richard Henry Michael Clayton, son of the Rev.
William Haggard (born Croydon 11 August 1907, died Frinton-on-Sea 27 October 1993) was the pseudonym of Richard Henry Michael Clayton, son of the Rev. Henry James Clayton and Mabel Sarah Clayton, an English writer of fictional spy thrillers set in the 1960s through the 1980s, or, as the writer H. R. F. Keating called them, "action novels of international power
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William Haggard (11 August 1907 – 27 October 1993) was the pseudonym of Richard Henry Michael Clayton, an English civil servant and writer of fictional spy thrillers Contents.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. An amateur brainwasher, a rather shoddy femme fatale, a highly placed foreign diplomat. These are The Antagonists Their battleground is foggy London. Their common target: a Balkan scientist whose eccentric brain holds the world's most valued military secret.
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Haggard's novel shaped the form and influenced later lost-world books, including Kipling's The Man Who Would Be King, Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World, Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot, A. Merritt's The Moon Pool, and H. P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness.
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