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.
The Guille-Allès Library in St Peter Port, Guernsey has been confirmed as the venue for both a talk and exhibition about Desmond Bagley, launching on Thursday 10th May 2018, as part of the sixth Guernsey Literary Festival.
The Bagley Legacy launches at the Guernsey Literary Festival taking place between 10th - 13th May 2018. The Bagley Legacy is a multi faceted project promoting the literary legacy of Desmond and Joan Bagley.
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.
Desmond Bagley's novel Landslide appeared in condensed form as a book bonus in the April 1968 issue of Argosy Magazine - The No.1 Men's Service Magazine.