Samuel J. Hamrick
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Samuel J. Hamrick (1929–2008) was an American spy novelist, who often used the pen name W. T. Tyler. Some of his novels include Rogue's March,The Consul's Wife, and Last Train from Berlin.
Hamrick also wrote a nonfiction book, Deceiving the Deceivers:Kim Philby, Donald Maclean and Guy Burgess, in which he speculated that Kim Philby and other defectors were unknowingly helping Great Britain dupe the Soviet Union, rather than successfully spying for the Soviet Union.
- Lavietes, Stuart (10 March 2008). "Samuel J. Hamrick, Who Wrote as W. T. Tyler, Dies at 78". New York Times. Retrieved 1 August 2015.
- Holley, Joe (10 March 2008). "Samuel Hamrick Jr.; Diplomat Wrote Popular Spy Novels". Washington Post. Retrieved 1 August 2015.
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