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The Quiller Memorandum by Adam Hall1
The 9th Directive by Adam Hall2
The Striker Portfolio by Adam Hall3
The Warsaw Document by Adam Hall4
The Tango Briefing by Adam Hall5
The Mandarin Cypher by Adam Hall6
The Kobra Manifesto by Adam Hall7
The Sinkiang Executive by Adam Hall8
The Scorpion Signal by Adam Hall9
The Peking Target by Adam Hall10
Quiller by Adam Hall11
Quiller's Run by Adam Hall12
Quiller KGB by Adam Hall13
Quiller Barracuda by Adam Hall14
Quiller Bamboo by Adam Hall15
Quiller Solitare by Adam Hall16
Quiller Meridian by Adam Hall17
Quiller Salamander by Adam Hall18
Quiller Balalaika by Adam Hall19

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Series description

This spy series is told from Quiller's point of view as he is sent on assignments for a secret british spy agency.

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