Frederick Forsyth Bibliography

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Frederick Forsyth was born in Kent England in 1938 and spent much of his childhood reading adventure stories. He went to a university in Spain before returning to England and joining the RAF in 1956. Next came journalism which saw him travelling all around Europe during the Cold War. This led to the turning point, the war in Biafra, his controversial reporting eventually saw him recalled and his resignation followed. His first novel The Day of the Jackal was turned down by several publishers before being accepted. It was an immediate success going on to sell millions of copies worldwide and also transferring to the silver screen with Edward Fox in the classic film of the same name. Collectors should be able to build a full set of novels without too much difficulty, his popularity has meant large print runs.
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Title Publisher Date
The Biafra Story Penguin Paperback 1969
The Day of the Jackal Hutchinson 1971
The Odessa File Hutchinson 1972
The Dogs of War Hutchinson 1974
The Shepherd Hutchinson 1975
The Devils Alternative Hutchinson 1979
No Comebacks Hutchinson 1982
The Fourth Protocal Hutchinson 1984
The Negotiator Bantam 1989
The Deceiver Bantam 1991
The Fist of God Bantam 1994
Icon Bantam 1996
The Phantom of Manhattan Bantam 1999

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