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Frederick Forsyth

Frederick Forsyth

Frederick Forsyth writes adventure novels based on real events in international affairs. Originally he was a journalist. He won the Edgar Award for The Day of the Jackal in 1972.

This British author was born in 1938 in Ashford, Kent, England.

In 1970, after nine years of an intense journalistic career, he decided to write a book using the research methods he had learnt while a reporter. This book, The Day of the Jackal, became an instant success.

Forsyth speaks fluent French, German and Spanish, and has travelled widely in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.


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  1. Forsyth, Frederick.  THE AFGHAN  -  Bantam 2006

    Forsyth, Frederick. THE AFGHAN - Bantam 2006

    $10.54

    For sale is a fine used hardback book in a very good dust jacket. The Afghan by Frederick Forsyth a collection of short stories published in 2006 by Bantam. The book is a first edition, later printing. Learn More

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