| Alan Judd|
| Guardian Fiction Prize|
| The Kaiser's Last Kiss, The Devil's Own Work, A Breed of Heroes, Legacy, Uncommon Enemy|Alan Judd Wikipedia
Alan Judd is a pseudonym used by Alan Edwin 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.A Breed of Heroes (1981 - adapted by Charles Wood as a BBC television film in 1996)
Short of Glory (1984)
The Noonday Devil (1987)
The Devil's Own Work (1991)
The Kaiser's Last Kiss (2003)
Dancing with Eva (2006)
Uncommon Enemy (2012)
Inside Enemy (2014)
Ford Madox Ford (1990)
First World War Poets (Character Sketches) (1997)
The Quest for C: Mansfield Cumming And the Founding of the Secret Service (1999)
A Breed of Heroes won the 1981 Winifred Holtby Memorial Prize and was shortlisted and became runner-up in the 1981 Booker Prize.
In 1991, he won the Guardian Fiction Award for his book The Devil's Own Work.