William Stevenson

Canadian author and journalist

1924   -   2013

country of citizenship: Canada
language of expression: English
occupation: writer, journalist

William Henry Stevenson (1 June 1924 – 26 November 2013) was a British-born Canadian author and journalist.His 1976 book A Man Called Intrepid was about William Stephenson (no relation) and was a best-seller. It was made into a 1979 mini-series starring David Niven. Stevenson followed it in 1983 with another book, Intrepid's Last Case. He published his autobiography in 2012. In 1976 Stevenson released the book, 90 Minutes at Entebbe. It was about Operation Entebbe, an operation where Israeli commandos landed at night at Entebbe Airport in Uganda and succeeded in rescuing the passengers of an airliner hi-jacked by Palestinian militants, while incurring very few casualties. Stevenson's "instant book" was written, edited, printed and available for sale within weeks of the event it described.
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The Bushbabies

book by William Stevenson

author: William Stevenson
illustrator: Victor Ambrus


A Man Called Intrepid

author: William Stevenson

Strike Zion

author: William Stevenson

Intrepid's Last Case

author: William Stevenson

The Ghosts of Africa

author: William Stevenson

90 minutes at Entebbe

author: William Stevenson

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