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Ambler

Eric. 1909--1998, English novelist. His thrillers include The Mask of Dimitrios (1939), Journey into Fear (1940), A Kind of Anger (1964), and Doctor Frigo (1974)
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The U10s squad played five games in two days in a section which featured 14 teams competing from various clubs from all around the Gulf including Bahrain - Dubai Exiles, Abu Dhabi Harlequins, Sharjah Wanderers, Al Ain Amblers, Dubai Hurricanes, Arabian Knights (Dubai), Doha and Tisa Titans (Azerbaijan).
More than a decade later, copywriters for Black Lizard paperback reprints of ten other Ambler texts, all published in the Vintage Crime series, (1) hedged their bet with a boilerplate caption averring that he "is often said to have invented the modern suspense novel" and thereby "paved the way for [.
The few scholars who have discussed Ambler at length concur that, as World War II approached, he intentionally set out to transform the conventional thriller that had ensured widespread success for such precursors as John Buchan, Dornford Yates, and particularly E.
At a time when he was absorbed by the writings of Carl Gustav Jung, Friedrich Nietzsche, Oswald Spengler, and Fyodor Dostoevsky, what Ambler derogates as "antique fantasies" of "the old secret[-]service adventure thriller" seemed ludicrously superannuated (Dark Frontier xiii).
Lisa Boden, co-ordinator of Activ Amblers, said: "We are encouraging older people across the county to walk and the response has been very positive.
There are two Activ Amblers walks in the Weddington area of Nuneaton every Wednesday, starting at 10am.
WHEN it comes to cash Brummies are most likely to be amblers who don't let it worry them until they hit a financial brick wall.
The main traits of amblers include not letting their finances worry them, until they have to.