DONOVAN OF WHITEHALL
||British Foreign Office
William Le Queux
||1917 - 2017
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Hugh Donovan is an agent with the British King's Foreign Service.
By the strictest interpretation of the job description, Donovan would be considered a courier in the employ of the British Crown. The history of this job goes back to the 12th Century. From the time the Foreign Office was created, around 1780, those working this job would be under its control though apparently in 1824 management was handed to the Home Office and a special group called the Foreign Service Messengers Department.
Whether this applies to Donovan is unknown as I have yet to be able to read any of the stories (3 copies have been found online but each is far more than I could afford).
|Number of Books:||1|
Donovan of Whitehall
Written by William Le Queux
Collection of 9 short stories concerning the actions of Hugh Donovan, subtitled "A Record of the daring exploits of the Hon. Hugh Donovan, King's Foreign Service Messenger.
The stories are:
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