Peter Driscoll (author)
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Peter Driscoll (4 February 1942 - 30 October 2005) was a bestselling Irish author of international thrillers in the 1970s who first worked in South Africa then, in his later life, became Chief Radio News subeditor with Radio Telefís Éireann. He died of a heart attack.
- The White Lie Assignment (1971), set in Albania.
- The Wilby Conspiracy (1972), set in South Africa.
- In Connection with Kilshaw (1974), set in Ireland.
- The Barboza Credentials (1976), set in Mozambique.
- Pangolin (1979), set in Hong Kong.
- Heritage (1982), set in Algeria.
- Spearhead (1987), set in South Africa.
- Secrets of State (1992), set in the United States.
- Spoils of War (1994), set in Iraq.
- Magic Dragon Multimedia, 14 December 2002. "Authors 'D' page of ULTIMATE MYSTERY FICTION WEB GUIDE". Accessed 8 February 2008.
- RTÉ, 31 October 2005. . Accessed 24 March 2010.