Len Deighton
1929-
 

Lenonard Cyril Deighton was born in London. He was educated at Marylebone Grammar School. At the age of seventeen, he was conscripted into the RAF. Following his National Service, he studied at St. Martin's School of Art and The Royal College of Art. After graduating in 1955, he joined BOAC as an air steward, then left to pursue a career as designer and illustrator. Deighton worked on all kinds of advertising and publicity material in London and New York, did drawings for several magazines and illustrated book-jackets for various publishers. In 1962, his first novel was published which was an immediate success. Visit also this site.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Ipcress File  1962
 2) Horse Under Water  1963
 3) Funeral in Berlin  1964
 4) The Billion Dollar Brain  1966
 5) An Expensive Place to Die  1967
 6) Only When I Larf (Also published as: Only When I Laugh)  1968
 7) Bomber  1970
 8) Declarations of War (short stories)  1971
 9) Close-Up  1972
10) Spy Story  1974
11) Yesterday's Spy  1975
12) Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Spy (US Title: Catch a Falling Spy)  1976
13) SS-GB  1978
14) XPD  1981
15) Goodbye Mickey Mouse  1982
16) Berlin Game  1983
17) Mexico Set  1984
18) London Match  1985
19) Game, Set and Match (Contains: "Game in Berlin", "Mexico Set", and "London Match")  1986
20) Winter  1987
21) Spy Hook  1988
22) Spy Line  1989
23) Spy Sinker  1990
24) Hook, Line and Sinker (Contains: "Spy Hook", Spy Line", and "Spy Sinker")  1991
25) City of Gold  1991
26) Mamista  1991
27) Violent Ward  1993
28) Faith  1994
29) Hope  1995
30) Charity  1996

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