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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Other than this one, do you have any suggestions? I have read a few of Underwood's Rosa Epton novels but so long ago I don't remember which ones. I would be interested in which ones are spy novels.
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I looked around a bit on the web and found nothing definitive. On Fantastic Fiction it looks like the Martin Ainsworth series are spy novels?
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The Ainsworth books definitely look like spy novels. At only four books, it doesn't look like he particularly enjoyed spy novels. The Rosa Epton series seems to have been his main series from the 80s onwards. I had assumed that perhaps he was following the trend towards female investigators that really took off in that decade, but not only did he created her back in the early 70s, but when the series took off in earnest in , he actually anticipated Anna Lee, Kinsey Mulhone and V I Warshawski although Epton is a solictor rather than a private eye.
A Party to Murder (Rose Epton) by Michael Underwood
Hi all, I think his spy novels were confined to the s and s. Some of his standalones are good too, like Hand of Fate. But I have yet to read all his books myself!