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Who is Adrian Havill?
Adrian Havill is a writer born in Bournemouth, England in 1940 to Leslie and Molly Havill, their only child. Today, he enjoys retirement on Lake Thoreau in Reston, Va, while penning a daily blog on the entertainment industry, called Turtle Pond Cinema After World War 2, his mother remarried and brought him to their new home in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Later, married again she brought her eventually-five total children to live with another spouse in the United States. When he aged out, in 1958, he prepared for his future by enlisting in the 82nd Airborne Once at Ft. Bragg, NC, he became editor of the division's newspaper, "The Paraglide." He also worked as a free-lance sports writer for The Fayetteville Observer. His term of service was extended by the Berlin Crisis. Once his military obligation was met, he became a US citizen and then went to work in 1962 for US News and World Report. Starting as a copy boy, when the opportunity arose, he moved over to writing advertising promotional material for the magazine, based in the nation's capital.
- born in Bournemouth
- written works: "The mother, the son, and the socialite", "Born evil", "The Spy Who Stayed Out in the Cold", "While Innocents Slept", "Man of steel", "Deep truth", "The last mogul"
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Adrian Havill, The Spy Who Stayed Out In The Cold (St. Martin's Press, 2001).
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