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Language  English
Role  Fiction writer
Name  Brian Freemantle

Genre  Thriller
Period  1973–present
Movies  Charlie Muffin
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Born  Brian Harry Freemantle 10 June 1936 (age 79) Southampton, England, United Kingdom (1936-06-10)
Pen name  John Maxwell Jonathan Evans Jack Winchester Richard Gant
Occupation  Writer Former journalist
Subject  Biography Espionage True crime
Nominations  Edgar Award for Best Novel
Books  The Cloud Collector: A Thriller, Charlie M, Comrade Charlie, Red Star Falling: A Thriller, Red Star Rising: A Thriller

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Brian Harry Freemantle (born 10 June 1936) is an English thriller and non-fiction writer, known for his 1977 spy novel Charlie M.

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Freemantle was born in Southampton, and has written under the pseudonyms John Maxwell, Jonathan Evans, Jack Winchester and Richard Gant. He is a Freeman of the City of London.

Until 1975, when he became a full-time writer, he was a foreign correspondent and editor for various newspapers, including the Daily Mail and the Daily Sketch. In April that year, he organised the sole British-led airlift rescue of South Vietnamese civilians during the Fall of Saigon, assisting in the evacuation of 100 orphans.


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