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on 29 June 2014
Ted Allbeury was a respected spy writer who had served as a secret agent in the war and the cold war. He was one of the most productive of the internationally recognized spy fiction writers of, and during the peak of his career managed to write four novels in one year under his own name, plus others under the pen names Richard Butler and Patrick Kelly.
Shadow of a Doubt by Ted Allbeury was first published in 1999 and is about former Director General of M16, Sir James Frazer, who must clear his name when a biography disparaged the good name he earned and threatened to undo all the good things he did during his period of service. In this riveting drama he seeks to restore his good name and failure means putting everything at risk.