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Richard Prichard "Ric" Throssell (10 May 192220 April 1999) was an Australian diplomat and author whose writings included novels, plays, film and television scripts, and memoirs. For most of his professional life as a diplomat his career was dogged by unproven allegations that he either leaked classified information to his mother, the writer and communist Katharine Susannah Prichard, or was a spy for the Soviet Union.

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by Throssell, Ric, 1922-1999
North Melbourne, Vic. : EM Press, 1997
 
 
by Throssell, Ric, 1922-1999
Charnwood, A.C.T. : Ginninderra Press, 1998
 
 
 
 
by Throssell, Ric, 1922-1999
Port Melbourne : Minerva Australia, 1991
 
 
by Throssell, Ric, 1922-1999
Melbourne : Australian Large Print, 1991
 
 
 
by Throssell, Ric, 1922-1999
Port Melbourne, Vic. : Mandarin Australia, 1990, c1989
 
 
by Throssell, Ric, 1922-1999
Richmond, Vic. : William Heinemann Australia, 1989
 
 
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