Sat 20 February 2016, The Times

The Rose of Tibet by Lionel Davidson

By Marcel Berlins
Lionel Davidson was always difficult to categorise. He wrote crime fiction, thrillers, mysteries, espionage and adventure stories. None of his eight novels bore only one of those labels; many combined several elements, in differing proportions. All were written with elegance, intelligence and wit.
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