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Briercliffe, Ronald. Ronald Briercliffe was created by “Francis Beeding,” the pseudonym of John Leslie Palmer (Alastair Granby, Professor Kreutzmark, George Martin, Inspector Wilkins (I)) and Hilary Aiden St. George Saunders (Alastair Granby, Professor Kreutzmark, George Martin, Inspector Wilkins (I)), and appeared in The Three Fishers (1931) and Two Undertakers (1933).
Ronald Briercliffe is a soldier who is cashiered from the King’s Guard for being drunk on duty and falling on his face during the Guard’s mounting. His crusty uncle decides not to be quit of Briercliffe, and instead persuades P.B.3., the head of M.I.1, the British intelligence agency, to accept Briercliffe into the service as an agent. In that role he fights the Nazi menace in Britain and France. Briercliffe is young and clever.
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