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Eric Ambler Biography
Eric Ambler (28 June 1909 - 22 October 1998) was an English writer of political suspense (or "spy") novels.

Born in London England, Ambler also published under the pseudonym Eliot Reed on books co-written with Charles Rodda. His best known work is probably The Light of the Day, filmed in 1964 as Topkapi, and subsequently lampooned in The Pink Panther.

The Dark Frontier, 1936
Uncommon Danger, 1937
Epitaph for a Spy, 1938
Cause for Alarm, 1938
The Mask of Dimitrios, 1939
Journey into Fear, 1940
The Dark Frontier
Uncommon Danger
Epitaph for a Spy
Cause for Alarm
The Intrusions of Dr. Czissar
The Schirmer Inheritance, 1953
The Night-Comers, 1965
Passage of Arms, 1959
The Light of Day, 1962
A Kind of Anger, 1964
Dirty Story, 1967
The Intercom Conspiracy, 1969
The Levanter, 1971
Doctor Frigo, 1974
Send No More Roses, 1977
The Siege of the Villa Lipp, 1977
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