Wallace Breem

Wallace Breem (1926-1990) entered the Indian Army Officers Training School in 1944 and later joined a crack regiment of the North West Frontier Force. After the war, he eventually joined the library staff of the Honorable Society of the Inner Temple. Breem's first novel was "Eagle in the Snow" (1970, Gollancz). He went on to write "The Legate's Daughter" (1974) and "The Leopard and the Cliff" (1978).