Ronald Sinclair was the alias of a British intelligence agent born ‘Reginald Teague-Jones’ in 1889. He came to public attention largely through the work of a journalist, Peter Hopkirk, in the 1980/90s. Wright's biography places Sinclair, almost entirely overlooked in intelligence history, where he deserves to be: at the heart of the British counter-intelligence effort against numerous adversaries during the first half of the Twentieth Century.
It reveals Sinclair’s early life for the first time, and:
Ben Wright was born in Southampton, England. His childhood was divided between Southampton, Manhattan, Toronto, and a boarding school in Hampshire. He was educated at the University of Edinburgh where he specialised in medieval travelers to Central Asia and was awarded the Grierson Verse Prize. A recording contract during his finals led to life in music with several records and tours for various bands, including his own, in the UK and abroad. He has shopped songs in L.A. and Nashville whilst the greatest stretch of his career was spent as a television com...
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