James "Jim" Green (born 3 December 1944 in Kalabancoro, Mali, is a British writer and broadcaster who turned to writing as a full-time profession after a 25 year career in teaching. He has had over 40 titles published in various genres, from educational text books to travel guides to crime novels. His first foray into crime novels was called Bad Catholics (2010 Luath), the first part of a trilogy chronicling the exploits of reformed gangster Jimmy Costello. James has since moved to Accent Press to write a five book series on the development of the US intelligence service
Green to Engelmann, 1862-1864
by James Green.; "Printed in the Society's Proceedings, April 29, 1903".
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