GADNEY, Reg. British, b. 1941. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Art/Art history, History, Mystery/Crime/Suspense. Career: Research Fellow and instr., School of Architecture and Planning, Massachusetts, Inst. of Technology, Cambridge, 1966-67; Deputy Controller, National Film Theatre, London, 1967-68; Sr. Tutor and Fellow, 1968-78, and Pro-Rector, 1978-83, Royal Coll. of Art, London. Regular Contributor, London Magazine, 1964-96. Publications: MYSTERY NOVELS: Drawn Blanc, 1970; Somewhere in England, 1972; Seduction of a Tall Man, 1972; Something Worth Fighting For, 1974; The Last Hours Before Dawn (in U.S. as Victoria), 1975; The Champagne Marxist (in U.S. as The Cage), 1976; Nightshade, 1987; Just When We Are Safets, 1995; Gone to Nagasaki, 1995; The Achilles Heel, 1996; Happy Christmas Lucy Smith, 1996. ART BOOKS: Constable and His World, 1976; A Catalogue of Drawings and Watercolours by John Constable, R.A., with a Selection of Mezzotints by David Lucas after Constable for "English Landscape Scenery" in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 1978. SCREENPLAYS: Forgive Our Foolish Ways, 1981; The Bell, 1982; Last Love, 1983; Kennedy, 1983; Drummonds, 1985, 2nd series, 1987; Goldeneye, 1989; A Woman at War, 1990; 444 Days, 1990; The Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones, 1991; The Sculptress, 1996. HISTORY: Kennedy, 1983; Cry Hungary!, 1986. Address: c/o ICM, Oxford House, 76 Oxford St., London W1R 1RB, England.