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Books and profile for Frederick Forsyth

The Odessa File by Frederick Forsyth

‘The Odessa File’ is the best Frederick Forsyth book that I’ve read and published more than 40 years ago it is still a good read today, even though most people old enough to be actively involved in WWII would now … Continue reading

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The Kill List by Frederick Forsyth

The US government maintains a list of names of people considered extremely dangerous to the safety of US citizens. This list is known as the kill list. A highly secret organisation with the non-descript name of Technical Operations Support Activity … Continue reading

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The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth

I found it fascinating reading a book that is full of technical details and is now over 40 years old. So many of the criminal tricks such as applying for a passport in the name of a dead person would … Continue reading

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Frederick Forsyth Profile and Books

Frederick Forsyth (CBE) was born in Ashford Kent on 25th August 1938. He is an author and political commentator with real world events and politics appearing in many of his novels. Forsyth’s first job was with the Royal Air Force … Continue reading

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The Cobra by Frederick Forsyth

What could you do to shut down the cocaine industry if you had an astronomical budget, a complete disregard for human life and had laws changed to suit your purpose? Paul Devereux – alias the Cobra – is in exactly … Continue reading

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