Evelyn Anthony

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'Evelyn Bridgett Patricia Ward-Thomas (3 July 1926 – 25 September 2018),[1][2][3] better known by the pen name Evelyn Anthony, was a British writer. Anthony was born in London. Her historical novels Far Flies The Eagle and Valentina were both set during Napoleon's invasion of Russia. The later novels had a theme of espionage.[4][5] Her 1971 The Tamarind Seed was adapted for film in 1974, starring Julie Andrews as Judith Farrow, a British Home Office functionary and Omar Sharif as Feodor, a Soviet air attaché-lovers involved in Cold War intrigue.[6]

Partial bibliography[edit]

The following bibliography includes both historical novels and thrillers.

  • 1953 : Rebel Princess (later reissued as Imperial Highness)
  • 1954 : Curse Not the King
  • 1955 : Far Flies The Eagle
  • 1957 : Anne Boleyn
  • 1958 : Victoria and Albert
  • 1960 : Elizabeth
  • 1960 : All the Queen's Men
  • 1961 : Charles the King
  • 1963 : Clandara
  • 1964 : The French Bride
  • 1964 : The Heiress
  • 1966 : Valentina
  • 1967 : The Rendezvous
  • 1969 : The Legend
  • 1970 : The Assassin
  • 1971 : The Tamarind Seed
  • 1972 : The Poellenberg Inheritance
  • 1973 : The Occupying Power aka Stranger at the Gates
  • 1974 : The Malaspiga Exit also called Mission to Malaspiga
  • 1975 : The Persian Ransom
  • 1977 : The Silver Falcon
  • 1978 : The Return
  • 1979 : The Grave of Truth
  • 1980 : The Defector
  • 1981 : The Avenue of the Dead
  • 1982 : Albatross
  • 1983 : The Company of Saints
  • 1985 : Voices in the Wind
  • 1987 : No Enemy But Time
  • 1988 : The House of Vandekar
  • 1989 : The Scarlet Thread
  • 1991 : The Relic
  • 1992 : The Doll's House
  • 1994 : Exposure
  • 1994 : The Heiress
  • 1995 : Bloodstones
  • 2002 : A Dubious Legacy
  • 2002 : Codeword Janus
  • 2003 : Sleeping with the Enemy
  • 2004 : Betrayal
  • 2004 : No Resistance
  • 2005 : Mind Games
  • 2015 : The Defector
  • 2015 : The Avenue of the Dead
  • 2015 : The Company of the Saints
  • 2015 : Rebel prince

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/oct/10/evelyn-anthony-obituary
  2. ^ https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/evelyn-anthony-obituary-9hzwmxrms
  3. ^ Ward-Thomas, Christian (28 September 2018). "Ward-Thomas.- Evelyn". The Telegraph.
  4. ^ Trademe.co.nz Archived 27 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ Jrank.org
  6. ^ IMDb.com

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