A Guernsey memory of Desmond Bagley and his arbalest crossbow, a weapon mentioned in his 1964 novel High Citadel.
The staff at the Guille-Allés Library in St. Peter Port, Guernsey recently discovered a number archived books from the library of Desmond Bagley, 34 years after they were donated by his widow Joan Bagley in 1984.
The Life and Work of Desmond Bagley exhibition opened at the Guille-Allés Library in St. Peter Port, Guernsey on Thursday 10th May and will remain on display until Saturday 9th June 2018.
A new Desmond Bagley archive collection has been established at the Priaulx Library in Guernsey. Designed to complement the Desmond Bagley collection held at the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center in Boston U.S.A., the new collection will provide a link …
Today, Friday 11th May, Guernsey’s eighth Blue Plaque was unveiled by the Bailiff Sir Richard John Collas to honour the thriller writer Desmond Bagley and his wife Joan Bagley. The Blue Plaque was issued under the auspices of Guernsey Museums …
Desmond Bagley, Strängnäs, Iwan Morelius and the Husqvarna M/40 9x19mm parabellum pistol. References in Bagley's novels The Tightrope Men and The Enemy.
Desmond Bagley’s article about the Channel Island of Guernsey, ‘A little peace of Britain’, published in February 1980, in the magazine of The British Tourist Authority, 'In Britain', is today republished after 38 years.