An English-born author of thriller novels, he’s most widely known for his 1971 function, The Freedom Trap, that was adapted right into a film starring Paul Newman. His various other novels include Great Citadel (1965) as well as the Tightrope Guys (1973). He slipped out of college and worked within a stock and in a printer’s workplace. He released his debut book, The Golden Keel, in 1963. In 1947, he transferred to South Africa, where he worked well like a freelance article writer for mags and papers. He was the child of Hannah and John Bagley. In 1960, he wedded Joan Margaret Brownish. His book, The Foe, was adapted right into a film starring Roger Moore.