Alan White
1924-
Pseudonyms: James Fraser, Alec Haig, Bill Reade and Alec Whitney
 

Alan White was born in Yorkshire. He is a former journalist. In the Second World War he was the leader of a commando unit. He used this experience in his novels. He also wrote under the pseudonyms 'James Fraser', 'Alec Haig', 'Bill Reade', and 'Alec Whitney'.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Long Day's Dying (US Title: Death Finds the Day)  1965
 2) The Wheel  1966
 3) The Long Night's Walk  1968
 4) The Long Drop  1969
 5) Kibbutz (US Title: Possess the Land)  1970
 6) Climate of Revolt  1971
 7) The Long Watch  1971
 8) The Long Midnight  1972
 9) Armstrong  1973
10) The Long Fuse  1973
11) Death in Duplicate  1974
12) The Long Summer  1974
13) Death in Darkness  1975
14) The Long Silence  1976
15) The Long Hand of Death  1977
16) Cassidy's Yard  1980
17) Black Alert  1985
As 'James Fraser'
 1) The Evergreen Death  1968
 2) A Cock-Pit of Roses  1969
 3) Deadly Nightshade  1970
 4) Death in a Pheasant's Eye  1971
 5) Blood on a Widow's Cross  1972
 6) The Five-Leafed Clover  1973
 7) A Wreath of Lords and Ladies  1974
 8) Who Steals My Name?  1976
 9) Hearts Ease in Death  1977
As 'Alec Haig'
 1) Sign On for Tokyo  1968
 2) Peruvian Printout  1970
 3) Flight from Montego Bay  1972
As 'Bill Reade'
 1) What Have They Done to You, Ben?  1967
 2) I Wonder What Happened to Tom?  1968
 3) A Bomb for Atuna  1975
 4) The Ibiza Syndicate  1975
As 'Alec Whitney'
 1) Every Man Has His Price  1968
 2) The Triple Zero  1971

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