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Freemantle, Brian (Harry)

FREEMANTLE, Brian (Harry)

FREEMANTLE, Brian (Harry). Also writes as Harry Asher, Jonathan Evans, Richard Gant, Andre Hart, John Maxwell, Jack Winchester. British, b. 1936. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Reporter, New Milton Advertiser, 1953-58, Bristol Evening World, 1958, London Evening News, 1958-61, and Daily Express, London, 1961-63; Assistant Foreign Ed., Daily Express, 1963-69; Foreign Ed., Daily Sketch, London, 1969-71, and Daily Mail, London, 1971-75. Publications: The Touchables, 1968; Goodbye to an Old Friend, 1973; Face Me When You Walk Away, 1974; The Man Who Wanted Tomorrow, 1975; The November Man, 1976; Charlie Muffin, 1977; Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie (in U.S. as Here Comes Charlie M), 1978; The Inscrutable Charlie Muffin, 1979; Charlie Muffin's Uncle Sam, 1980; Madrigal for Charlie Muffin, 1981; Deakin's War, 1982; KGB (non-fiction), 1982; CIA (non-fiction), 1983; Vietnam Legacy, 1984; The Lost American, 1984; The Fix (non-fiction), 1985; The Blind Run, 1986; Dirty White, 1986; The Steal (non-fiction), 1986; See Charlie Run, 1987; The Bearpit, 1988; Comrade Charlie, 1989; The Factory, 1990; Little Grey Mice, 1991; The Button Man, 1992; Charlie's Apprentice, 1993; No Time for Heros, 1994; The Octopus (non-fiction), 1995; Charlie's Chance, 1996; Charlie's Choice, 1997; Dead Men Living, 2000; Kings of Many Castles, 2002; Ice Age, 2002. AS HARRY ASHER: The Profiler, 1997; The Predadots, 1998. AS JONATHAN EVANS: Misfire, 1980; The Midas Men, 1981; Chairman of the Board, 1982. AS RICHARD GANT: Sean Connery: Gilt-Edged Bond, 1967. AS ANDRE HART: A Mind to Kill, 1998; The Return, 1999. AS JOHN MAXWELL: H.M.S. Bounty, 1977; The Mary Celeste, 1979. AS JACK WINCHESTER: The Solitary Man, 1980. Address: c/o Jonathan Clowes, 10 Iron Bridge House, Bridge Approach, London NW1 8BD, England.

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