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Who is Alan Judd?
Alan Judd is a pseudonym used by Alan Adwin Petty. Born in 1946, he is a former soldier and diplomat who now works as a security analyst and writer in the United Kingdom. He writes both books and articles, regularly contributing to a number of publications, including The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator. His books include both fiction and non-fiction titles, with his novels often drawing on his military background.
- also known as Alan Adwin Petty
- born in (70 years ago)
- nationality: England
- profession: Novelist, writer
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by Nigel West
Mansfield Smith- Cumming's biographer Alan Judd found a copy of a letter written by Alastair Denniston in March 1920 stating that “nothing was known of this man in 40 OB.” Mystery ...
by Nigel West
In searching the files of the Secret Intelligence Service, Mansfield Smith- Cummings' biographer Alan Judd found a copy of a letter written by Alastair Denniston in March 1920, stating that “nothing was known of this man in 40 OB.” Mystery ...
by Rodney Carlisle
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by Shirlee Emmons, Wilbur Watkins Lewis
SELECTED READING: Alan Judd, Ford Madox Ford, . (SOURCE: Drabble, ) “ Forelle, Die”: a song by Franz Schubert set to a poem by Christian *Schubart.The poet had written a last stanza that Schubert omitted, in which there ...
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