The final four re-issues of Desmond Bagley’s novels are published by HarperCollins today. This completes the canon of Bagley’s face-paced adventure novels, which he often referred to as his ‘action stories’.
The Bagley Brief interviews crime novelist Caro Ramsay. Caro recalls that aged 13 and growing up in a cold corner of Glasgow, Desmond Bagley’s stories transported her all over the world.
The Bagley Brief interviews author and journalist Jeremy Duns. Jeremy reveals that Desmond Bagley's novel Running Blind was the inspiration for his own spy novel The Moscow Option.
The Bagley Brief provides the script for the 9th Desmond Bagley Podcast featuring Running Blind. Also more 2017 Bagley re-issues become available as Audiobooks.
The Bagley Brief interviews crime and thriller novelist Peter James, for whom Desmond Bagley was an inspiration.
2017 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for Desmond Bagley fans, as now not only do we have individual re-issues in paperback and eBook (ePub, Kindle) format to look forward to but also unabridged audio books. Yes, I can't quite believe I'm writing it... unabridged audio books. Excellent decision HarperCollinsPublishers! The Golden Keel in [...]
With thanks again to HarperCollins we have a preview of the artwork for the final four of Bagley’s novels due for individual re-issue in 2017. Bahama Crisis, Windfall, Night of Error and Juggernaut are due to be published on 19th October, in the fourth quarter of next year and are currently advertised on Amazon with [...]