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David Hagberg was an American novelist best known for his techno-thrillers featuring super-spy Kirk McGarvey. Hagberg also wrote under the pseudonym Sean Flannery, Nick Carter, David Bannerman, David James, Robert Pell, and Eric Ramsey. His style has been described as a cross between Tom Clancy and Ian Fleming. Hagberg has a professional background in espionage. His thrillers generally feature a combination of technical detail, timely plots and super-spy heroics. In the novel Joshua's Hammer, for example, Hagberg gives a chilling account of a mega-terrorist plot by Osama bin Laden. Hagberg apprenticed as a spy writer by contributing more than 20 "work-for-hire" entries in the Nick Carter-Killmaster series of espionage novels between 1976 and 1987. Three of his novels, The Kremlin Conspiracy, False Prophets, and Broken Idols, were nominated for Edgars by the MWA. Hagberg wrote a short story titled "Genesis" in Twilight Zone: 19 Original Stories on the 50th Anniversary. Three of his McGarvey novels, Countdown, Crossfire, and Critical Mass, won American Mystery Awards, given by Mystery Scene Magazine, for "Best Spy Novel"
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