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Assignment, Ceylon Edward S. Aarons

By: Aarons, Edward S. (Edward Sidney), 1916-1975
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Greenwich, Conn. : Fawcett, 1973Edition: 1st edDescription: 208 p. ; 18 cmISBN: ASIN: B000S9IOWOSubject(s): Durell, Sam (Fictitious character) | Intelligence service -- United States -- FictionGenre/Form: Spy stories.DDC classification: 813.54 Dissertation note: Edward Sidney Aarons (1916 – June 16, 1975) was an American writer who authored more than 80 novels from 1936 until 1975. One of these was under the pseudonym "Paul Ayres" (Dead Heat), and 30 were written using the name "Edward Ronns". He also wrote numerous stories for detective magazines such as Detective Story Magazine and Scarab. Among other works of fiction, Aarons is known for his spy thrillers, particularly his "Assignment" series, which are set all over the world and have been translated into 17 languages.[1] The 42 novels in this series starred CIA agent Sam Durell. The first "Assignment" novel was written in 1955
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Edward Sidney Aarons (1916 – June 16, 1975) was an American writer who authored more than 80 novels from 1936 until 1975. One of these was under the pseudonym "Paul Ayres" (Dead Heat), and 30 were written using the name "Edward Ronns". He also wrote numerous stories for detective magazines such as Detective Story Magazine and Scarab.

Among other works of fiction, Aarons is known for his spy thrillers, particularly his "Assignment" series, which are set all over the world and have been translated into 17 languages.[1] The 42 novels in this series starred CIA agent Sam Durell. The first "Assignment" novel was written in 1955

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