Juggernaut

Juggernaut by Desmond Bagley

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Desmond Bagley

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Desmond Bagley - October 29, 1923 - April 12, 1983 Born in Cumbria, English Lake District. At the age of 14, he left school and started working, first in a printing house, then in a slot machine factory and an aircraft factory. Towards the end of the war, relations between Bagley`s parents worsened, Desmond left England and went to travel to Africa. He crossed the Sahara and Kenya, worked in asbestos mines and gold mines. In the 50s, Bagley moved to South Africa. In Natal, he became interested in journalism. In 1951-52. worked as a radio scriptwriter for the South African Broadcasting Corporation in Durban. After moving to Johannesburg, Desmond worked as a freelance journalist for the Sunday Times, Star, Rand Daily Mail. He has written reviews of new books, concerts, films and plays. Since the mid-50s, he began to write articles on various technical issues. In 1957, Argosy magazine published Desmond`s first story. In 1962, his first novel, The Golden Keel, was published. It was based on the true story of the transport of Mussolini`s valuables to Germany by SS troops. Bagley first heard the exciting details of this action in a bar in Johannesburg. In 1965 Desmond returned to England. In the 60s and 70s, he often traveled and devoted a lot of time to his various hobbies: mathematics, computer programming, military history. These hobbies and observations made during travels were reflected in his works. Bagley became one of the leading thriller masters of his day. On April 12, 1983, Desmond Bagley died from the effects of a stroke in a Southampton hospital. His work has had a significant impact on many English thriller authors. The last novel of the writer "Crushing Force" was completed by his wife and published posthumously. Bibliography 1960 The golden keel - Golden keel 1965 High citadel - High citadel 1966 Wyatt`s hurricane - Hurricane Wyatt 1967 Landslide - Landslide 1968 The Vivero letter - Letter from Vivero 1969 The spoilers - Bet for simpletons 1970 Running blind - Running blind 1971 The freedom trap - The trap of freedom 1973 The tightrope men - The tightrope walker 1975 The snow tiger - The snow tiger (Tiger of the snow) 1977 The enemy 1978 Flyaway 1980 Bahama crisis 1982 The legacy Windfall 1984 Night of error 1985 Juggernaut - The crushing force (Based on the materials of the sites http: //www.mydetectiveworld.ru/bagley.html, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmond_Bagley).

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Desmond Bagley - October 29, 1923 - April 12, 1983 Born in Cumbria, English Lake District. At the age of 14, he left school and started working, first in a printing house, then in a slot machine factory and an aircraft factory. Towards the end of the war, relations between Bagley`s parents worsened, Desmond left England and went to travel to Africa. He crossed the Sahara and Kenya, worked in asbestos mines and gold mines. In the 50s, Bagley moved to South Africa. In Natal, he became interested in journalism. In 1951-52. worked as a radio scriptwriter for the South African Broadcasting Corporation in Durban. After moving to Johannesburg, Desmond worked as a freelance journalist for the Sunday Times, Star, Rand Daily Mail. He has written reviews of new books, concerts, films and plays. Since the mid-50s, he began to write articles on various technical issues. In 1957, Argosy magazine published Desmond`s first story. In 1962, his first novel, The Golden Keel, was published. It was based on the true story of the transport of Mussolini`s valuables to Germany by SS troops. Bagley first heard the exciting details of this action in a bar in Johannesburg. In 1965 Desmond returned to England. In the 60s and 70s, he often traveled and devoted a lot of time to his various hobbies: mathematics, computer programming, military history. These hobbies and observations made during travels were reflected in his works. Bagley became one of the leading thriller masters of his day. On April 12, 1983, Desmond Bagley died from the effects of a stroke in a Southampton hospital. His work has had a significant impact on many English thriller authors. The last novel of the writer "Crushing Force" was completed by his wife and published posthumously. Bibliography 1960 The golden keel - Golden keel 1965 High citadel - High citadel 1966 Wyatt`s hurricane - Hurricane Wyatt 1967 Landslide - Landslide 1968 The Vivero letter - Letter from Vivero 1969 The spoilers - Bet for simpletons 1970 Running blind - Running blind 1971 The freedom trap - The trap of freedom 1973 The tightrope men - The tightrope walker 1975 The snow tiger - The snow tiger (Tiger of the snow) 1977 The enemy 1978 Flyaway 1980 Bahama crisis 1982 The legacy Windfall 1984 Night of error 1985 Juggernaut - The crushing force (Based on the materials of the sites http: //www.mydetectiveworld.ru/bagley.html, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmond_Bagley).