Technicians of death. by. Williamson, Tony, 1932-. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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A thriller set in Southeast Asia that revolves around terrorism and the drug trade.
Technicians of Death book. A high-voltage tale of suspense and adventure.
Tony Williamson (18 December 1932 in Manchester – 19 June 1991) was a prolific British television writer, most active from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s. He wrote primarily for the action-adventure and espionage genres. Perhaps because of his early. Perhaps because of his early involvement in The Avengers, he often found work on shows that featured fantasy adventure, rather than the kitchen sink realism that had arisen in Britain at the start of his career.
Книга жанра: Документальное, Документальное: Прочее. Читать онлайн в библиотеке Booksonline. At a happy lunch with me early in 1995, Jessica Mitford- Decca to everyone who knew her-agreed to prepare an updated version of her classic work The American Way of Death. As she reports in her introduction to this volume, we had worked on that book together in the early sixties, and had remained close friends both through a number of other publishing ventures and after our professional relationship came to an en. A lot had changed in the funeral trade since the.
Chilton Williamson, J. s works are as diverse and robust as the man himself, encompassing a keen understanding of the human experience and a love of the American West.
Tony Williamson has written: 'Warhead'. Technicians of death' - subject(s): Terrorists, Fiction. Richard Williamson has written: 'Williamson's penmanship for the use of schools. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Keith Williamson written? Keith Williamson has written: 'Speechless'. What has the author William Cross Williamson written? William Cross Williamson has written: 'Memoir of Joseph Williamson'. 1st American ed. by Tony Williamson. Published 1978 by Atheneum in New York. PZ. 7297 Te 1978, PR6073. 246 p. : Number of pages.