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Peter O'Donnell began writing at the age of sixteen, when he sold his first story. He has lost count since then but thinks the tally reaches over a thousand short stories and novels. He also writes television and film scripts.
Born in 1921, he spent two years working on juvenile periodicals and served the Territorial Army during World War II. He began writing strip cartoons—the best known of these are probably 'Garth' in the Daily Mirror and 'Tug Transom' in the Daily Sketch. 'Modesty Blaise' took him a year to create and in 1962 she was presented as a strip-cartoon character in the Evening Standard. The cartoon was an immediate success, soon syndicating in over forty countries, and the 'Modesty Blaise' series of novels followed.
The set includes the following 13 titles:
1. Modesty Blaise : Cobra Trap
2. Modesty Blaise : I Lucifer
3. Modesty Blaise : Dead Man's Handle
4. Modesty Blaise : Night Of Morningstar
5. Modesty Blaise : Dragon's Claw
6. Modesty Blaise : The Xanadu Talisman
7. Modesty Blaise : Sabre Tooth
8. Modesty Blaise : Last Day In Limbo
9. Modesty Blaise : Modesty Blaise
10. Modesty Blaise : Silver Mistress, The
11. Modesty Blaise : The Impossible Virgin
12. Modesty Blaise : Taste For Death, A
13. Modesty Blaise : Pieces Of Modesty
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