Bagley-related sites
Desmond Bagley site – A well established site created by Nigel Alefounder, about Bagley, his life and work. The site has been on-line since 1997.

Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center – Based at Boston University, Massacheusetts, U.S.A. the centre is a repository for individuals in the fields of literature, criticism, journalism, drama, music, film, civil rights, diplomacy and national affairs. They hold the Desmond Bagley collection consisting of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, printed material, scrapbooks, audio recordings, and other material.

Research sites – Aircraft data, aviation articles, news & photos. – Icelandic database for aviation data, aviation articles, news & photos.

Kelly Books & Magazines – Specalising in the literature of broadcasting and mass media, supplier of Radio Times back numbers.

Norman Weaver – A site dedicated to the life and work of artist and photographer Norman Weaver, FSIAD, FZS.

Radio Times Archive – A well researched site providing a general overview of the history of The Radio Times.

Skatkisboeke – Treasure Chest Books – An archive site specialising in Africana paperback stories from 1950’s & 60’s and photo book stories from the 1970’s.

Tí – A digital library giving access to the printed cultural heritage that is preserved in newspapers and periodicals of the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland.

Commercial sites
Duchray Castle – A location used during the filming of the television adaptation: ‘Nestled in the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Forest lies Duchray Castle, a 500 year old tower house linked with Rob Roy. Now newly renovated it offers luxury accommodation and a warm welcome in a stunning, secluded location’.

Fantasy & Science Fiction – The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, founded in 1949, is the award- winning SF magazine which is the original publisher of SF classics.

Fosshótel Húsavík – A location used during the filming of the television adaptation: ‘Húsavík is often called the Whale Watching Capital of Europe and the hotel is probably one of the world’s only whale-themed hotels, with unique features and exhibitions displaying these marine mammals in the form of pictures, paintings, sculptures and a large whale stamp collection. The Moby Dick Restaurant and Bar is based on the famous book and movie Moby Dick’.

HarperCollinsPublishers – Running Blind / The  Freedom Trap – Book Overview, Author Info and purchase link.

Hótel Borg – A location used during the filming of the television adaptation: ‘Dignified and imposing, Hótel Borg overlooks the beautiful square of Austurvöllur, in the heart of Reykjavík, across from Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament and the cathedral’.

Hótel Norðurland – A location used in the novel (then known as  Hótel Varðborg): Comfort in the heart of Akureyri.

Hressó – Hressingarskálinn is a bar/restaurant located at Austurstræti 20, in downtown Reykjavík 101 used during the filming of the television adaptation.

Húsavík Hotels – A family run company who offer a wide variety of accommodation in and around Húsavík, from budget hostels to luxurious hotel rooms with a view.

Reykjavík Natura Icelandair Hotel – A location (Hótel Loftleiðir) used during the filming of the television adaptation: ‘Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík Natura is a newly refurbished hotel located in the beautiful surroundings of Öskjuhlíð hill and Nauthólsvík beach’.

Steeger Properties , LLC – Are the owners of intellectual property and copyrights to thousands of pulp magazines from the 1920’s through the 70’s.

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