Clive Egleton
1927-2006
Pseudonyms: Patrick Blake and John Tarrant
 

Clive Frederick Egleton also wrote under the pseudonyms 'Patrick Blake' and 'John Tarrant'. He lived on the Isle of Wight. He is the creator of 'Peter Ashton', a secret agent for the SIS.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
'Peter Ashton' Novels
 1) Hostile Intent  1993
 2) A Killing in Moscow  1994
 3) Death Throes  1995
 4) Warning Shot  1996
 5) A Lethal Involvement  1996
 6) Blood Money  1997
 7) Dead Reckoning (Also published as: The Warmongers)  1999
 8) The Honey Trap  2000
 9) One Man Running  2001
10) Cry Havoc  2003
11) Assassination Day  2004
12) The Renegades  2005
Other Novels
 1) A Piece of Resistance (Also published as: Never Surrender)  1970
 2) Last Post for a Partisan (Also published as: The Sleeper)  1971
 3) The Judas Mandate (Also published as: The Last Refuge)  1971
 4) Seven Days to a Killing (Also published as: The Black Windmill and as: A Spy's Ransom)  1973
 5) The October Plot (US Title: The Bormann Brief) (Also published as: Dying Fall)  1974
 6) Skirmish  1975
 7) State Visit  1976
 8) The Mills Bomb (Also published as: The Loner)  1978
 9) Backfire  1979
10) The Winter Touch (US Title: The Eisenhower Deception) (Also published as: The Presidential Affair)  1981
11) A Falcon for the Hawks  1982
12) The Russian Enigma  1983
13) A Conflict of Interests  1984
14) Troika  1984
15) A Different Drummer  1985
16) Picture of the Year  1987
17) Gone Missing (US Title: Missing from the Record)  1988
18) Death of a Sahib  1989
19) In the Red  1990
20) Last Act  1991
21) A Double Deception  1994
As 'Patrick Blake'
 1) Escape to Athena  1979
 2) Double Griffin (Also published as: The Skorzeny Project)  1981
As 'John Tarrant'
 1) The Rommel Plot  1977
 2) The Clauberg Trigger  1978
 3) China Gold (Also published as: Operation Sovereign)  1982

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