Novels and Plays by James Broom-Lynne

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Stage Plays

The Trigon - poster from Theatre Royal, Brighton

The Trigon

The Trigon, Jonathan Cape, 1963.
First produced in London, 1962. Produced Off-Broadway at Stage 73, October 9, 1965

First produced in London, 1963.



New English Dramatists 8, Penguin 1964 New English Dramatists 8, Penguin 1964  

Above: Scenes from The Trigon (En Triangel), performed at Helsingborgs Stadsteater, Sweden, April 1987


BBC Plays


BBC Radio plays:

Charlie and Duke, 1963.

Return Visit, 1965.

The Duke and Duckett, 1965.

Top People Have Rows, Too, 1965.

To the Home Office, with Love, 1965.

Trilogy: The Applicant, The Golden Marathon, The High Place, 1967.

BBC Teleplays:

The Jokers, 1961.

The Living Image, 1963.

Wanted: Single Gentleman, 1967.



The Marchioness,  Macdonald 1968 Drag Hunt,  Michael Joseph 1969 The Marchioness (US Edition), Doubleday 1969  
Rock of Diamond (under pseudonym of James Quartermain),  Doubleday 1972 The Diamond Hook The Diamond Hook The Commuters, W. H. Allen 1973 Crash! (Paperback version of The Commuters), Pan 1975 The Diamond Hostage (written under pseudonym of James Quartermain),  1975  
Trende,  (Turkish edition of The Commuters), 1975 The Colonel's War, W. H. Allen, 1975 Verdict, W. H. Allen, 1976 Jet Race,  Putnam 1978 Rogue Diamond,  Michael Joseph 1980 Jet Race (Japanese edition), 1982  
Tobey's Wednesday, Macdonald & Co., 1967, published in the US as The Wednesday Visitors, Doubleday, 1968.

The Marchioness, Macdonald & Co., 1968, Doubleday, 1969.

Drag Hunt, Michael Joseph, 1969.

(Under pseudonym James Quartermain) The Diamond Hook, Doubleday, 1970.

(Under pseudonym) The Man Who Walked on Diamonds, Doubleday, 1972.

(Under pseudonym) Rock of Diamonds, Doubleday, 1972.

The Commuters, Doubleday, 1973.

The Colonel's War, W. H. Allen, 1975.

(Under pseudonym) The Diamond Hostage, Constable, 1975.

Verdict, W. H. Allen, 1976.

Jet Race, Putnam, 1978.

Rogue Diamond, Atheneum (New York City), 1980.