The Levanter

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Eric Ambler

A book by Eric Ambler

Eric Ambler (Ambler, Eric Clifford Ambler ) Used the pseudonym Eliot Reed (Eliot Reed) with Charles Rodda (Charles Rodda). June 28, 1909 - October 22, 1998 English writer, one of the creators, along with Somerset Maugham and Graham Greene, a political thriller genre. Born in London. His parents were music hall artists, and in the 1920s he toured England with them as an actor and playwright. From 1924 to 1927 he studied at the University of London, graduating from which he worked as an engineer, and then as the head of the advertising department of a large electrical engineering firm. In 1937 he worked as the director of an advertising agency. Before the war, Ambler published 6 thrillers, the first of which, Dark Frontier, was released in 1936. In 1938. the writer worked as an assistant screenwriter for the famous English director and producer Alexander Korda. During World War II, Ambler volunteered for the artillery troops. Later he was transferred to a special department of military cinematography, where Eric shot educational and propaganda films. During this period, he wrote and prepared about a hundred educational and propaganda films. He graduated from the war with the rank of lieutenant and was awarded the American Bronze Star. After the war, Ambler worked as a screenwriter. His new thrillers appeared in the 50s. 5 of them were co-written with Charles Rodda and published under the pseudonym Eliot Reed. In the 60s, Eric left for California, where he created the television shows "Checkmate" and "The Deadliest Game". He worked for the TV series "Alfred Hitchcock Presents". In 1969, Ambler moved to Switzerland, where he lived for 16 years and wrote his memoir "Here rests Eric Ambler." Many of Ambler`s works have been filmed . He was awarded the Silver Dagger of the UK Detective Writers` Association; four times with the Gold Dagger and the Diamond Cartier Dagger; the Edgar Poe Award and the American Association Grand Master; award-winning writers` organizations in Sweden and France. Eric Ambler is a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. The rights to Ambler`s work are now owned by Owatonna Media . Based on materials from sites - Detective. Declaration of love , Eric Ambler biography , IMDb .  Bibliography Series Charles Latimer - Charles Latimer 1937 - The Mask of Dimitrios (aka A Coffin for Dimitrios) - Mask of Dimitrios (Mask of Dimitrios) 1969 - The Intercom Conspiracy (aka Quiet Conspiracy) Valeshoff 1937 - Uncommon Danger (aka Background to Danger) 1938 - Cause for Alarm Arthur Abdel Simpson - Arthur Abdel Simpson 1962 - The Light of the Day (aka Topkapi) - The Light of the Day 1967 - Dirty Story: A Further Account of the Life and Adventures of Arthur Abdel Simpson (aka This Gun for Hire) - The Dirty Story of the Novels 1936 - The Dark Frontier - The Dark Frontier 1938 - Epitaph for a Spy 1940 - Journey Into Fear 1951 - Judgment on Deltchev 1953 - The Schirmer Inheritance 1956 - The Night- Comers (aka State of Siege) 1959 - Passage of Arms 1964 - A Kind of Anger 1971 - The Levanter 1974 - Doctor Frigo 1974 - The Siege of the Villa Lipp (aka Send No More Roses) 1981 - The Care of Time Omnibus [/ b ] 1962 - Five Spy Novels (with Martha Albrand, John Buchan, Manning Coles and E Phillips Oppenheim) Collections 1963 - The Ability to Kill: And Other Pieces 1991 - Waiting for Orders (aka The Story So Far ) Anthologies edited 1964 - To Catch a Spy Non fiction 1985 - Here Lies: An Autobiography Anthologies containing stories by Eric Ambler 1981 - Great Tales of Mystery and Suspense Short stories The Case of the Emerald Sky (1940) - Emerald Skies Under the pseudonym Eliot Reed ( Eliot Reed , with Charles Rodda , Charles Rodda) 1950 - Skytip 1951 - Tender to Danger (aka Tender to Moonlight) 1953 - The Maras Affair 1954 - Charter to Danger 1958 - Passport to Panic

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Eric Ambler (Ambler, Eric Clifford Ambler ) Used the pseudonym Eliot Reed (Eliot Reed) with Charles Rodda (Charles Rodda). June 28, 1909 - October 22, 1998 English writer, one of the creators, along with Somerset Maugham and Graham Greene, a political thriller genre. Born in London. His parents were music hall artists, and in the 1920s he toured England with them as an actor and playwright. From 1924 to 1927 he studied at the University of London, graduating from which he worked as an engineer, and then as the head of the advertising department of a large electrical engineering firm. In 1937 he worked as the director of an advertising agency. Before the war, Ambler published 6 thrillers, the first of which, Dark Frontier, was released in 1936. In 1938. the writer worked as an assistant screenwriter for the famous English director and producer Alexander Korda. During World War II, Ambler volunteered for the artillery troops. Later he was transferred to a special department of military cinematography, where Eric shot educational and propaganda films. During this period, he wrote and prepared about a hundred educational and propaganda films. He graduated from the war with the rank of lieutenant and was awarded the American Bronze Star. After the war, Ambler worked as a screenwriter. His new thrillers appeared in the 50s. 5 of them were co-written with Charles Rodda and published under the pseudonym Eliot Reed. In the 60s, Eric left for California, where he created the television shows "Checkmate" and "The Deadliest Game". He worked for the TV series "Alfred Hitchcock Presents". In 1969, Ambler moved to Switzerland, where he lived for 16 years and wrote his memoir "Here rests Eric Ambler." Many of Ambler`s works have been filmed . He was awarded the Silver Dagger of the UK Detective Writers` Association; four times with the Gold Dagger and the Diamond Cartier Dagger; the Edgar Poe Award and the American Association Grand Master; award-winning writers` organizations in Sweden and France. Eric Ambler is a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. The rights to Ambler`s work are now owned by Owatonna Media . Based on materials from sites - Detective. Declaration of love , Eric Ambler biography , IMDb .  Bibliography Series Charles Latimer - Charles Latimer 1937 - The Mask of Dimitrios (aka A Coffin for Dimitrios) - Mask of Dimitrios (Mask of Dimitrios) 1969 - The Intercom Conspiracy (aka Quiet Conspiracy) Valeshoff 1937 - Uncommon Danger (aka Background to Danger) 1938 - Cause for Alarm Arthur Abdel Simpson - Arthur Abdel Simpson 1962 - The Light of the Day (aka Topkapi) - The Light of the Day 1967 - Dirty Story: A Further Account of the Life and Adventures of Arthur Abdel Simpson (aka This Gun for Hire) - The Dirty Story of the Novels 1936 - The Dark Frontier - The Dark Frontier 1938 - Epitaph for a Spy 1940 - Journey Into Fear 1951 - Judgment on Deltchev 1953 - The Schirmer Inheritance 1956 - The Night- Comers (aka State of Siege) 1959 - Passage of Arms 1964 - A Kind of Anger 1971 - The Levanter 1974 - Doctor Frigo 1974 - The Siege of the Villa Lipp (aka Send No More Roses) 1981 - The Care of Time Omnibus [/ b ] 1962 - Five Spy Novels (with Martha Albrand, John Buchan, Manning Coles and E Phillips Oppenheim) Collections 1963 - The Ability to Kill: And Other Pieces 1991 - Waiting for Orders (aka The Story So Far ) Anthologies edited 1964 - To Catch a Spy Non fiction 1985 - Here Lies: An Autobiography Anthologies containing stories by Eric Ambler 1981 - Great Tales of Mystery and Suspense Short stories The Case of the Emerald Sky (1940) - Emerald Skies Under the pseudonym Eliot Reed ( Eliot Reed , with Charles Rodda , Charles Rodda) 1950 - Skytip 1951 - Tender to Danger (aka Tender to Moonlight) 1953 - The Maras Affair 1954 - Charter to Danger 1958 - Passport to Panic