Also published under the title: The Berlin memorandum.
|Other titles||The Berlin memorandum.|
|LC Classifications||PR6039R518 Q55 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Quiller, the hero of this book and the many more that followed it, works alone. He is highly trained and as "The Quiller Memorandum" reveals developed his skills serving undercover in Germany in WWII, witness to brutal Nazi atrocities. 20 years after the end of the war, he is /5(41). In , The Quiller Memorandum won the Edgar award for the best mystery of the year. The Flight of the Phoenix and Quiller Memorandum both became major motion pictures. The author was born Trevor Dudley Smith in London on Febru Brand: Spectrum Literary Agency, Inc. The Quiller Memorandum was published during the cold war at a time when film and literature were either having fun with the world of espionage (James Bond) or taking it quite seriously (The Spy who came in from the Cold). Though spy stories go well back (Check out Riddle of the Sands) this was peak period/5(41). You are a secret agent working for the British in Berlin. You are due to go home on leave, but you are being followed-by your own people, or by the enemy. A man meets you in the theater and briefs you on a plot to revive the power of Nazi Germany. You do not believe him, but you remember that one of the suspects mentioned was a senior SS officer you met with in the days when you were .
The Quiller Memorandum: Book and Movie Review The Quiller Memorandum (originally titled The Berlin Memorandum) was written by Adam Hall and published in It introduced the long running super-spy character, Quiller. It’s often thought to be one of the best spy novels ever written. The Berlin Memorandum, renamed The Quiller Memorandum, was published in by Elleston Trevor, who used the pseudonym Adam is the first book in the volume Quiller series. In , the book was made into a successful film starring George . The Quiller Memorandum was published during the cold war at a time when film and literature were either having fun with the world of espionage (James Bond) or taking it quite seriously (The Spy who came in from the Cold). Though spy stories go well back (Check out Riddle of the Sands) this was peak period/5(32). Quiller Series. 19 primary works • 19 total works. Quiller, an agent for a British intelligence agency so secret it has no name: Book 1. The Quiller Memorandum. by Adam Hall. Ratings Reviews published 34 editions.
Published as The Berlin Memorandum, the superb, Edgar Award-winning thriller by Adam Hall that appeared in became known as The Quiller Memorandum after the film version appeared under that title. The hero, whose name is Quiller, was a perfect spy-hero for the s, not unlike Ian Fleming´s James Bond or Len Deighton´s Harry Palmer. Quiller Synopsis: In The Quiller Memorandum by Adam Hall, it’s 15 years following World War II. Quiller is an agent who doesn’t use guns and doesn’t need cover or contacts. He must take on a neo-Nazi group, but in doing so uncovers a plot that is more heinous than anything during WWII itself. 'Quiller' was first published in the mid-eighties under the title 'Northlight: A Quiller Mission.' It's been an immense pleasure to re-read this particular story, because although set at the height of Cold War tension between the USSR and the USA, it remains a spellbinding piece of storytelling rather than just one more outdated spy story/5(11). Get these books today for more reading on the story created by Adam Hall. The Quiller Memorandum. This is the genesis book of the Quiller (Series by Adam Hall). The book is very entertaining and you will definitely love reading it. It was published in and has been highly rated by the readers. You can always find it online and get to read.