John Blackburn, né John Fenwick Blackburn le 26 juin 1923 à Corbridge dans le comté de Northumberland et mort à Richmond dans le comté de Surrey en 1993, est un écrivain anglais.

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  • John Blackburn, né John Fenwick Blackburn le 26 juin 1923 à Corbridge dans le comté de Northumberland et mort à Richmond dans le comté de Surrey en 1993, est un écrivain anglais.
  • John Fenwick Blackburn (born Northumberland, 26 June 1923; died 1993) was a British novelist who wrote thrillers, horror novels, and The Flame and the Wind (1967), an unusual historical novel set in Roman times, in which a nephew of Pontius Pilate tries to discover the facts about the crucifixion of Jesus.His horror novels are often structured as thrillers, with detective story plots involving international espionage, but leading to a supernatural resolution. This means that, as with some of the books of James Herbert, many of Blackburn's horror novels are notable for pace and plotting rather than for atmospheric effects. Blackburn specialised in mixing modern concerns such as germ warfare and international conspiracies with ancient traditions and curses, often to ingenious effect.Many of his books feature stock characters, including General Charles Kirk of British Intelligence and his friends, the scientist Sir Marcus Levin and his Russian wife Tania.Blackburn's novels Nothing But the Night and The Gaunt Woman were the basis for screenplays. The Gaunt Woman appeared as a made for TV movie in 1969 as Destiny of a Spy and Nothing But the Night was released to theaters in 1972.
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  • John Blackburn, né John Fenwick Blackburn le 26 juin 1923 à Corbridge dans le comté de Northumberland et mort à Richmond dans le comté de Surrey en 1993, est un écrivain anglais.
  • John Fenwick Blackburn (born Northumberland, 26 June 1923; died 1993) was a British novelist who wrote thrillers, horror novels, and The Flame and the Wind (1967), an unusual historical novel set in Roman times, in which a nephew of Pontius Pilate tries to discover the facts about the crucifixion of Jesus.His horror novels are often structured as thrillers, with detective story plots involving international espionage, but leading to a supernatural resolution.
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