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COLONEL ORMISTON

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Full Name: Colonel Ormiston
Nationality: British
Organization: British Intelligence
Occupation Agent

Creator: J. M. Walsh
Time Span: 1933 - 1937

ABOUT THE SERIES

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BOOKS

Number of Books:11
First Appearance:1933
Last Appearance:1937

1 The Secret Service Girl The Secret Service Girl
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1933

[plot unknown]

2 King's Messenger King's Messenger
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1933

On a train between Alexandria and Cairo, a female passenger hears a commotion in the compartment next to her and goes to investigate. She discovers fleeing the room an Arab who, after an attempt to silence her, flees leaving a murdered man in the room. He also, in his haste, dropped a small packet and it is that item which will send Ormiston and Kent on a wild adventure.

3 Spies Are Abroad Spies Are Abroad
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1933

[plot unknown]

4 Spies In Pursuit Spies In Pursuit
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1934

"By the Jaffa Gate of Jerusalem sits Abdul Salam, hawking his wares and gathering information of revolutionary activities. In particular he learns the meeting place of The Silent Ones, a mysterious and elusive society in whose activities Colonel Ormiston of the British Secret Service is particularly interested. So Colonel Ormiston tracks them to El Hamed, the desert of stones."

5 The Man From Whitehall The Man From Whitehall
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1934

"David Garth, the man from Whitehall, finds a young English girl in Egypt who seems to be in dire distress. He befriends her and finds that this encounter puts him on the track of a much-wanted individual about whose activities the Secret Service are very anxious to obtain information. The girl and he are caught up in a tangle of exciting events."

6 Spies Never Return Spies Never Return
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1935

"Foreign spies are at work on the East Anglian coast trying to discover the secret of a new device of great importance to Britain's air defences. They have already brought about the death of one of our Secret Service men. Ormiston takes up the challenge, pitting his brains against a gang of international scoundrels, with hard-won success."

7 Tiger Of The Night Tiger Of The Night
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1935

"Colonel Ormiston is detailed off by the Intelligence Department to investigate the suspicious though apparently blameless circumstances in which an Arab has opened a new night club in London"

8 The Silent Man The Silent Man
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1935

"Here is another splendid Colonel Ormiston story. This time that intrepid Secret Service agent and the delightful Rosalie become involved in adventures with a gang of spies who work under the so-called Silent Man. The complete action of the story takes place in under fourth-eight hours - forty-eight hours of sheer, hold-your-breath excitement."

9 The Half Ace The Half Ace
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1936

Young John Dain was at the end of his rope and about to blow his brains out when a young woman stopped him. In saving his life, she gave him a purpose to live as she is also in peril. In her purse she has found half of a playing card, the Ace of Spades, a sign from a very nasty gang of spies letting her know they are coming after her.

10 Spies' Vendetta Spies' Vendetta
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1936

In the previous adventure, Colonel Ormiston had acquired a powerful sword enemy and vice versa. He wanted Karakalla put away for good to end the feud and that man wants Ormiston dead forever. The showdown has to happen.

11 Spies In Spain Spies In Spain
Written by J. M. Walsh
Copyright: 1937

Sent to the southeast of Spain, Colonel Ormiston is asked to check into a reported tunnel built under the Straits of Gibraltar to the Spanish enclave of Cueta.

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