Elleston Trevor was a British novelist who wrote under several pseudonyms. Trevor worked in many genres, but is principally remembered for his 1964 adventure story The Flight of the Phoenix, written as Elleston Trevor, and for a series of Cold War thrillers featuring the British secret agent Quiller, written under the pseudonym Adam Hall. He also wrote as Adam Hall, Simon Rattray, Howard North, Roger Fitzalan, Mansell Black, Trevor Burgess, Warwick Scott, Caesar Smith and Lesley Stone. Born Trevor Dudley-Smith, he eventually changed his name to Elleston Trevor Born Trevor-Dudley Smith in...
|Birthdate:||February 17, 1920|
|Date of death:||July 21, 1995|
|Also known as:||Trevor Dudley-Smith, Adam Hall, Lesley Stone|