I, Said the Spy

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9780722153468: I, Said the Spy

Published for the first time in digital, a classic spy story from the bestselling thriller writer Derek Lambert. Each year a nucleus of the wealthiest and most influential members of the Western world meet to discuss the future of the world's superpowers at a secret conference called Bilderberg. A glamorous millionaires just sighting loneliness from the foothills of middle age ... a French industrialist whose wealth matches his masochism and meanness ... a whizz-kid of the seventies conducting a life-long affair with diamonds, these are just three of the Bilderbergers who have grown to confuse position with invulnerability. A mistake which could prove lethal when a crazed assassin is on the loose...

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Derek Lambert was born in 1929. He served in the RAF for two and a half years as a medical orderly and then worked as a journalist on local newspapers, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express. He was the author of twenty-six books, including The Yermakov Transfer, Touch the Lion's Paw (filmed with Burt Reynolds as Rough Cut) and The Judas Code. He spent the later years of his life in Spain, where he died in 2001 at the age of 71.

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`Lambert certainly keeps the action moving with surprise plot twists thrown in every now and again to unsettle the reader'Liverpool Daily Post

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Derek Lambert
Published by Sphere Books (1981)
ISBN 10: 0722153465 ISBN 13: 9780722153468
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