The Bagley Brief takes a look at the life and iconic work of Oliver Elmes. Artist, senior graphic designer for the BBC and cover artist for the Hutchinson Bulls-Eye abridged edition of Bagley's novel 'Running Blind' published in 1975.
A unique annotated map of Iceland, sent by Desmond Bagley to his editor in March 1970, has recently been discovered in the archives of HarperCollins Publishers. The map identifies locations mentioned in Bagley's seventh published novel Running Blind and marks the protagonists journey around the island.
A rare abandoned first draft of Desmond Bagley's novel Running Blind, discovered in the author's archived papers, provides the back story to the novel's protagonist Alan Stewart.
Icelandophiles who enjoyed Desmond Bagley’s novel Running Blind may well enjoy the 1971 thriller The Chill Factor written by Derek Lambert, writing as Richard Falkirk.
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 interviews crime and thriller novelist Peter James, for whom Desmond Bagley was an inspiration.
The Bagley Brief, a website about the English thriller author Desmond Bagley, launches on-line.