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Also includes: Jonathan Evans (3)

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Also uses the pen names Jonathan Evans, John Maxwell, and Jack Winchester.

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Brian Freemantle is one of Britain's best writers of espionage thrillers. He is a former foreign editor of the Daily Mail and the Daily Express.
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Also uses the pen names Jonathan Evans, John Maxwell, and Jack Winchester.

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