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Elleston Trevor (17 February 1920 – 21 July 1995) was a British novelist and playwright who wrote under several pseudonyms. Born Trevor Dudley-Smith, he eventually changed his name to Elleston Trevor. 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.

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  • Elleston Trevor
  • Elleston Trevor
  • Elleston Trevor
  • エルストン・トレヴァー
  • Trevor Dudley Smith
  • Тревор, Эллестон
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  • Elleston Trevor, geboren als Trevor Dudley-Smith (* 27. Februar 1920; † 21. Juli 1995) in Bromley, Kent, war ein britischer Schriftsteller, der Kriminalromane, Kinder- und Jugendliteratur, Bühnenstücke und auch Kurzgeschichten schrieb. Auffällig waren seine vielen weiteren Pseudonyme: Mansell Black, Trevor Burgess, Roger Fitzalan, Adam Hall, Howard North, Simon Rattray, Warwick Scott, Caesar Smith und Lesley Stone. Vier Romane erschienen unter seinem Geburtsnamen Trevor Dudley-Smith.
  • Elleston Trevor, pseudonyme de Trevor Dudley-Smith né le 17 février 1920 à Bromley, dans le Grand Londres et mort le 21 juillet 1995 à Cave Creek, en Arizona, est un écrivain britannique. Il est surtout connu en français pour ses romans d'espionnage signés du pseudonyme Adam Hall. Il a également écrit sous les pseudonymes de Mansell Black, Trevor Burgess, Roger Fitzalan, Howard North, Simon Rattray, Warwick Scott, Caesar Smith et Lesley Stone. Son œuvre compte des romans, des ouvrages de littérature d'enfance et de jeunesse et des pièces de théâtre.
  • エルストン・トレヴァー(エレストン・トレーバー、Elleston Trevor, 旧名:トレヴァー・ダドリー=スミス、Trevor Dudley-Smith, 1920年2月17日 - 1995年7月21日)はイギリスの小説家。アダム・ホール(Adam Hall)、サイモン・ラトレイ(Simon Rattray)、ハワード・ノース(Howard North)、ロジャー・フィッツアラン(Roger Fitzalan)、マンセル・ブラック(Mansell Black)、トレヴァー・バージェス(Trevor Burgess)、ワーウィック・スコット(Warwick Scott)、シーザー・スミス(Caesar Smith)、レスリー・ストーン(Lesley Stone)など複数のペンネームを持ち、ジャンルも様々である。代表的な作品にはエルストン・トレヴァー名義の冒険小説『飛べ!フェニックス』、アダム・ホール名義の冷戦期のスパイ小説「英国情報部員クィラー(Quiller)」シリーズなどがある。
  • Trevor Dudley Smith (ur. 17 lutego 1920 w Oxfordshire, zm. 21 lipca 1995 w Dystrykt Kolumbia) – brytyjski pisarz, który pisał pod kilkoma pseudonimami w tym między innymi pod peseudonimem Adam Hall, Warwick, Lesley Scott Trevor, i Elleston Trevor.
  • Эллестон Тревор (англ. Elleston Trevor), урождённый Тревор Дадли Смит (англ. Trevor Dudley Smith; 17 февраля 1920, Бромли, Кент, Великобритания — 21 июля 1995, Вашингтон, США) — писатель, классик шпионского романа.
  • Elleston Trevor (17 February 1920 – 21 July 1995) was a British novelist and playwright who wrote under several pseudonyms. Born Trevor Dudley-Smith, he eventually changed his name to Elleston Trevor. 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.
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  • 1920-2-17
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