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Fullerton, Alexander (Fergus)

FULLERTON, Alexander (Fergus)

FULLERTON, Alexander (Fergus). Also writes as Anthony Fox. British, b. 1924. Genres: Novels. Publications: Surface!, 1953; Bury the Past, 1954; Old Moke, 1954; No Man's Mistress, 1955; A Wren Called Smith, 1957; The White Men Sang, 1958; The Yellow Ford, 1959; The Waiting Game, 1961; Soldier from the Sea, 1962; The Thunder and the Flame, 1964; Lionheart, 1965; Chief Executive, 1969; The Publisher, 1970; Store, 1971; The Escapists, 1972; Other Men's Wives, 1973; Piper's Leave, 1974; The Blooding of the Guns, 1976; Sixty Minutes for Saint George, 1977; Patrol to the Golden Horn, 1978; Storm Force to Narvik, 1979; Last Lift from Crete, 1980; All the Drowning Seas, 1981; A Share of Honour, 1982; Regenesis, 1983; The Torch Bearers, 1983; The Gatecrashers, 1984; The Aphrodite Cargo, 1985; Special Deliverance, 1986; Special Dynamic, 1987; Special Deception, 1988; Johnson's Bird, 1989; Bloody Sunset, 1991; Look to the Wolves, 1992; Love for an Enemy, 1993; Not Thinking of Death, 1994; Into the Fire, 1995; Band of Brothers, 1996; Return to the Field, 1997; Final Dive, 1998; In at the Kill, 1999; Wave Cry, 1999; The Floating Madhouse, 2000; Single to Paris, 2001; Flight to Mons, 2003; Westbound, Warbound, 2003. AS ANTHONY FOX: Threat Warning Red, 1979; Kingfisher Scream, 1980. Address: c/o John Johnson Ltd, 45-47 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0HT, England. Online address: [email protected]

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