William Le Queux was a famous journalist, writer and celebrated novelist, a master of the spy genre, and a vociferous critic of Britain's weak military defences before the First World War, known at the time and for the next twenty years as "The Great War". He is acknowledged as the principal precursor of that famous spy story author of the second half of the twentieth century, namely Ian Fleming.
by William Le Queux
by William Sherman
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