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eBook The File On Lester. ePub

by Andrew Garve

  • ISBN: 033024731X
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Andrew Garve
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pan American Union; 1st THUS edition (July 16, 1976)
  • Pages: 158
  • ePub book: 1383 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1953 kb
  • Other: docx rtf lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 426

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Lester denies the association, but each new revelation by the girl is more damning and dramatic than the last. Garve at his most irresistibly cunning’ New York Times

Lester denies the association, but each new revelation by the girl is more damning and dramatic than the last. As the scandal grows, a small number of journalists take up his cause and resolve to properly investigate the case. Who is Shirley Holt? And how does she know so many details about an event that Lester claims never to have taken place? Told through media reports and diary entries, Andrew Garve delivers another ingenious thriller. Garve at his most irresistibly cunning’ New York Times

The File on Lester book. Andrew Garve was the pen name of Paul Winterton (1908-2001).

The File on Lester book. I think there must be some mistake  . He was born in Leicester and educated at the Hulme Grammar School, Manchester and Purley County School, Surrey, after which he took a degree in Economics at London University. He was on the staff of The Economist for four years, and then worked for fourteen years for the London News Chronicle as reporter, AKA: Paul Somers, Roger Bax.

Andrew Garve is the pen name of Paul Winterton (1908-2001). He was on the staff of The Economist for four years, and then worked for fourteen years for the London News Chronicle as reporter, leader writer and foreign correspondent. He was assigned to Moscow from 1942 to 1945, where he was also the correspondent of the BBC’s Overseas Service

Lester denies the association, but each new revelation by the girl is more damning and dramatic than the last. Garve at his most irresistibly cunning’ New York Times

James Lester is the new young leader of a political party which seems certain to win the forthcoming general election.

James Lester is the new young leader of a political party which seems certain to win the forthcoming general election. At his adoption meeting reporters are delighted when a girl hints at romance. The girl is attractive, Lester a widower. Yet he flatly denies that they have ever met. Piqued, Shirley Holt gives the Press convincing details about their encounter on the west coast of Scotland, and about Lester's boat on which she spent the night. One of the two is lying and it looks like Lester. One person found this helpful.

Find sources: "Paul Winterton" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR . The Case of Robert Quarry (1972). The File on Lester (1974). aka The Lester Affair. Home to Roost (1976).

Find sources: "Paul Winterton" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (June 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Throughout his career he used the pseudonyms Andrew Garve, Roger Bax and Paul Somers. Winterton was born in Leicester, the son of a left-wing journalist, Ernest Winterton, who was the Labour Member of Parliament for Loughborough from 1929 to 1931. Counterstroke (1978).

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The File on Lester Andrew Garve (ak.

The File on Lester Andrew Garve (aka. Roger Bax) Originally Published 1974. The book is structured as a series of (fictional) memos, diary entries and documents that have been assembled from different sources tracking developments in a political scandal.

The Case of Robert Quarry (1972).

Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Paul Winterton (12 February 1908 – 8 January 2001) was an English journalist and crime novelist. Throughout his career, he used the pseudonyms Andrew Garve, Roger Bax and Paul Somers. He was a founder-member of the Crime Writers' Association in 1953 and, with Elizabeth Ferrars, its first joint secretary.