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105) Jamie 
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Wednesday, 10 January 2007 23:13 Write a comment Permalink

Hi Stanley Nice site! Has certainly kept me busy browsing! It's good that you interact with your fans too. All the best matey! Jamie

Stanley Morgan Thursday, 11 January 2007 01:13
Thank you Jamie. A pleasure to hear from you. All the best to you too.
104) TOMMY 
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Tuesday, 12 December 2006 07:32 Write a comment Permalink

Hi Mr. Morgan i'm a great fan of yours. Is it possible to get an autogarph of yours on a Dr. No photo ??? I coulnd't find any adress to send a letter to you. I wish you all the best Thomas

Stanley Morgan Wednesday, 13 December 2006 00:54
Hello Tommy Thank you so much for writing. I am sending you an email re the photo. Very best wishes. Stanley
103) Dave 
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Tuesday, 2 January 2007 19:03 Write a comment Permalink

Dear Mr Morgan great homepage and display of your work - I really liked your appearance in Dr No! I also have a nice collection of James Bond autographs maybe you'd like to take a look? http://jamesbond-autographs.com

Stanley Morgan Wednesday, 3 January 2007 00:04
Thank you very much Dave. All the credit for the content and appearance of the site goes to ROB its creator. He is the tireless genius who makes it all happen. I will certainly be looking at your site - and sending you an email message. My thanks for writing. Very best wishes - Stanley
102) Klaus Gericke 
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Monday, 1 January 2007 22:37 Write a comment Permalink

Dear my Stanley Thank you very much for signed my Guestbook. This is a great Honor for me and I'm very proud. All the best to you and Linda. Kind Regards Klaus.

Stanley Morgan Tuesday, 2 January 2007 15:26
And our best to you Klaus with our sincere thanks for your kind support. DEAR READERS! If you wish to view a first-class JAMES BOND website log on to Klaus's truly remarkable collection of everything Bond - address above.
101) Robert Morgan 
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Friday, 22 December 2006 20:52 Write a comment Permalink

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Much Love Tania and Robert xxx

Stanley Morgan Saturday, 23 December 2006 01:03
The same to you two lovely people.
100) Rene 
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Sunday, 17 December 2006 22:46 Write a comment Permalink

Hello Mr. Morgan during the day I found your Homepage and I am very exited about all here. Its fantastic. Is it possible to get an autograph from yourside? It will be a great addition to my collection. How can I reach you? I wish you nice Xmas days and all the best for 2007 enjoy your life! Greetings from Germany René

Stanley Morgan Monday, 18 December 2006 01:52
Thank you Rene. I am replying to you by email. Very best wishes to you for Christmas and the New Year. Stanley
99) Gerri Parker 
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Sunday, 19 November 2006 09:41 Write a comment Permalink

Just wanted to pop by and leave a quick hello for Stanley and his lovely wife Linda. I had the pleasure of working with Stanley this weekend in Manchester and had a fantastic time. I hope you guys had a good journey home :) By the way I couldn't resist and have started reading Trance already!! Gerri x

Stanley Morgan Monday, 20 November 2006 13:11
My Dear Gerri The pleasure for Linda and myself of working with you was mutual believe me. You were a tremendous help and wonderful company. Collectormania and you will remain in our memory for ever. I do hope we have the pleasure of working (heck hardly work!) with you again. Also hope you enjoy TRANCE. Please let me know. Love and very best wishes Stanley
98) Robert Morgan 
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Thursday, 9 November 2006 18:08 Write a comment Permalink

Happy Birthday Dad for tomorrow 10th November. Lots and lots of luvverly luv from Tania and Robert xxx

Stanley Morgan Thursday, 9 November 2006 11:43
Thanks kids! Lotsa luv back to U.
97) Rob 
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Wednesday, 4 October 2006 22:09 Write a comment Permalink

A more permanent link to the excellent review of Trance at the Bookworm On The Net blog is here Seriously I can't recommend this book enough!
96) Robert 
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Friday, 29 September 2006 09:56 Write a comment Permalink

Good news. Bumped into Jamie Bartlett local actor with excellent international contacts. Reccomends approaching Screenwriters Guild apropos screenplay AND knows Guy Ritchie and Clive Owen. Anybody ready for a blockbuster.....

Stanley Morgan Monday, 2 October 2006 16:39
Thanks Rob! I'm ready when you are. Take a look at Anne Weale's wonderful review of TRANCE on http://bookwormonthenet.blogspot.com Now THERE'S a potential blockbuster.
95) Rob 
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Wednesday, 20 September 2006 16:55 Write a comment Permalink

Night Train To Paris has now been officially released on DVD - as has Konga. Unfortunately both these releases are DVD Region 1 (ie North America) so you would need a Region-Free DVD player to watch them anywhere else in the world. Both DVD's can be picked up via Amazon. ScreenCaps are now available in the Film section of this website.

Stanley Morgan Monday, 17 July 2006 11:53
Thanks Rob I'm with you all the way. It has always amazed me that no film has evolved from THE best-selling paperback series of the Seventies. All and any contacts interest and suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks for writing.
94) Robert Morgan 
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Monday, 17 July 2006 16:16 Write a comment Permalink

It has always amazed me why nobody has ever picked up on the phenomena of Russ Tobin as a subject for film. Considering the British public's enduring facination with nostalgia I would have thought that the era value system and serious points raised in the Tobin books could be somehow inspirational in our less substantial modern times. Film companies such as Working Title Handmade etc could have a field-day evoking the style and feel of one of the greatest and most stylish times of recent history ( ooh those flares collars lapels.....sorry bit carried away there). Does anybody have Guy Ritchie's phone number..?
93) Murray 
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Friday, 30 June 2006 17:00 Write a comment Permalink

I have always harboured dreams of doing some writing myself. The only trouble is I am so intimidated by the quality of writing by my favourite authors. I thought of writing thriller style. How can I compete with Alistair Maclean Desmond Bagley or Hammond Innes. I could write adventure. I'm sure Clive Cussler or Raymond E Feist are not worried by my competition. How about one of my favourite genres Science Fiction. Arthur C Clark Robert Heinlein or E. E. Doc Smith. Oh well I could always try my hand at comedy. But then there's this guy called Stanley Morgan whose books are so funny and intriging they used to get me into trouble. I'd be sitting on the back of the bus reading a Tobin and constantly choking to stop guffawing and laughing out loud. The only author I know who is THAT funny. You see my dilemma. I am just in awe of these guys. How do you get to be that good? However I will keep plugging away. Everyone had to start somewhere. Once again thankyou from the bottom of my heart. Over the years Tobin has been read and reread mutiple times and always enjoyed. All the best to you and your family from a grateful lifelong fan.

Stanley Morgan Friday, 30 June 2006 23:45
Ah Murray...a thousand thanks for your kind words. But don't you see - you already can write. Plug away. Very best wishes.
92) Paul Bunker 
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Sunday, 14 May 2006 12:30 Write a comment Permalink

Great site and nice to find. I would like to have a signed photo from Dr No. Is there an address I can send it to? Paul

Stanley Morgan Sunday, 14 May 2006 09:55
Hi Paul Thank you for writing. I will send you an email re a photo from Dr No. Best wishes - Stanley
91) Bob Watkinson 
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Sunday, 23 April 2006 16:32 Write a comment Permalink

Morgan you're gonna get me sacked!! I took Trance into work with me with the intention of reading it on my breaks. I found it so gripping I kept having to sneak off and read a bit more. I found it absolutely fantastic. Compelling stuff. The way the story unfolded was masterly. The scenes changed at just the right time all the way through. As things were developing and I thought how the V's were feeling the very next page you cut to them - perfect timing. I loved the technical stuff that came through about hypnosis - a subject I know nothing about but it was fascinating. It's inspired me to dig a little more into the subject and see what it's all about. So well done once again Stanley. I can't think of any other writer who I've read so many of their books and enjoyed them all so much

Stanley Morgan Sunday, 23 April 2006 21:59
And well done to you Bob. Thank you so much for this great testimonial. If (heaven forbid) you do get the sack you've always got a brilliant future in P.R.
90) Rob 
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Tuesday, 11 April 2006 15:33 Write a comment Permalink

Just found a nice Production Still on the web from "Night Train to Paris" featuring Stan in his trademark Mac! Is that the same one he's wearing in Mr Moto? big grin A shame this film appears to be out of print - if anyone has a copy...?

Stanley Morgan Wednesday, 12 April 2006 01:28
No different Mac Rob. A two-Mac wardrobe was mandatory for us plain-clothes chaps. Same tie though. Not sure about the shirt.
89) Rob 
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Saturday, 8 April 2006 02:12 Write a comment Permalink

Just when I thought the supply of undiscovered Morgans had dried up - the Star Standard edition of "Inside Albert Shifty" turned up on ebay! I've added the new cover and completed the Albert Shifty review page. Also done a splash screen for first time visitors - a nice montage of all the different books.
88) Bob Watkinson 
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Tuesday, 21 March 2006 19:34 Write a comment Permalink

Hi Stanley Way back in the 70's I read all th Tobin books virtualy back to back. I loved them and reread a fair few of them. Now nearly 30 years later he's back. I thoroughly enjoyed the new one and it felt like I was being reaquainted with an old friend. A lot of waters gone under the bridge since the 70's but thankfully Russ hasn't changed a bit. I hate the guy cos he pulls more birds than me and now I find I'm now 46 but he's managed to remain in his 20's. Now I loathe him wink Seriously though thanks again and please do some more. I wonder if you'll gather so many new fans there could be a reprint done of the early books? Best regards Bob

Stanley Morgan Wednesday, 22 March 2006 00:17
Dear Bob Thank you so much for your kind comments. It is my hope that reprints will be done of the early books; in the meantime most of them are available at Amazon.co.uk. I'll drop a personal email to you soon. Very best wishes...Stanley
87) Steve Powick 
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Friday, 10 March 2006 13:18 Write a comment Permalink

Hi Stanley! I cannot believe that you have a website! I have been jumping for joy all day and I must say it is about time! I thought for a long time that I was only one who 'got' the Tobin books. I stole a copy of Come Again Courier from my mother when I was about 15 and boy... did I learn a lot from Russ! Forget the bikesheds this was the real education I needed! I have been slowly collecting the Tobin books when and where I can since then. I'm 33 now and I have to say my life has had more than a few similarities to Russ Tobins mostly in terms of adventure though! My humour and outlook are both identical to his and maybe as of direct result of reading these excellent books. It's been a great ride Stanley every pun intended I'm so happy that a new book is out! I've only got 2 more books to find then I'll have them all. Good Luck Stanley! May your sun never set and thanks again!

Stanley Morgan Sunday, 12 March 2006 01:13
Thank you so much for your kind words Steve. I'm delighted that you found Russ so influential. By the way did your Mum enjoy his adventures? Very best wishes...Stanley
86) stephen jacques 
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Saturday, 11 February 2006 21:08 Write a comment Permalink

Way back in 1971 I first caught sight of the Russ Tobin books when I was stationed in Germany with the Armed Forces. Tobin's chronicles kept me enthralled for many a day and I wish I knew where I could get the books now (off-line) as I was and still am eager to follow his journey from being a Salesman to being a Courier (Travel type). As one or two of the other adressees in your Guest book have said...I also learnt the fine art of intimacy from his exploits and for that I will always be indebted. Thank you so much Stan.

Stanley Morgan Saturday, 11 February 2006 20:47
Thank you so much writing Stephen. Great to hear from Russ's pals. Off-line the books show up in charity and secondhand shops but on-line there are quite a number for sale on Amazon.co.uk and eBay. I will email you direct with more information. Very best wishes...Stan
85) The Swordsman 
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Wednesday, 4 January 2006 17:58 Write a comment Permalink

I am indebted to you for the adventure my life has been. I was first introduced to your Tobin novels 15 years ago. I was a naive young man blind to the fine art of Swordsmanship. Your novels provided part of my apprenticeship and the impetus to investigate the art further. Tobin inpired me to travel and my adventures have taken me to many exotic locations where I have had the pleasure to pleasure even more exotic women. I am beginning to chronicle these adventures in a new blog - with luck the blog will become as popular as Tobin. Thanks for the inspiration and direction.

Stanley Morgan Thursday, 5 January 2006 00:15
And thank you for your most uplifting message. It delights me to learn that Russ has been so inspirational for you. I will email you to learn your name and more about your blog. Very best wishes...Stanley
84) Hartman Ashton 
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Sunday, 11 December 2005 16:03 Write a comment Permalink

Nice site!
83) Steve Mcvey 
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Thursday, 1 December 2005 21:36 Write a comment Permalink

Used to have all these books till I cracked up after splitting with my soul mate in Jan and canned all my fave books and music (doh!) Now I have risen from the dead I am gonna start collecting again and best of all there's a new one!! Thank you Mr Morgan you have just made a crap year a whole lot better! big grin

Stanley Morgan Thursday, 1 December 2005 15:52
And thank you Steve. I'm delighted that Russ has helped to heal the wound. I sincerely hope that 2006 will be a great year for you. Very best wishes...Stan
82) Christian Offley 
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Friday, 25 November 2005 20:38 Write a comment Permalink

Good work nice webpaqe.

Stanley Morgan Saturday, 26 November 2005 00:43
Thank you Christian. Always a great pleasure to hear from friends in the States. Best wishes to you...Stanley
81) Russ King 
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Monday, 21 November 2005 16:30 Write a comment Permalink

Hi Stan Just to let you know Cuckoo has been read cover to cover and its now in the hands of me mam. All I can say is you certainly hav'nt lost your lead from your pencil the book is diamond congratulations on bringing Russ to the 21st Century. May your talents continue and Tobin carries on dont forget if you want some giggles I can pass on a few. Tarra Russ

Stanley Morgan Thursday, 24 November 2005 13:56
Thanks a million Russ. Delighted you liked Cuckoo. Hope your Mam does too. Russ will carry on - promise you. Very best wishes...Stan
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