Robert Norman Bruce "Robin" Lockhart (1920 - d.)

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About Robert Norman Bruce "Robin" Lockhart

Robin Bruce Lockhart (born 1920) was a British author.

The son of the British spy R. H. Bruce Lockhart, he wrote the 1967 book Ace of Spies about the super-spy Sidney Reilly, which was made into a 1983 television miniseries Reilly: Ace of Spies, starring Sam Neill as the title character and Ian Charleson as his father. The book was republished in 1984 as Reilly: Ace of Spies.

Bruce Lockhart converted to Roman Catholicism, and his book about the Carthusians, Half-way to Heaven (1985), developed from his own experiences as a lay guest at St Hugh's Charterhouse, Parkminster.


Ace of Spies (1967)

Half-way to Heaven: The Hidden Life of the Sublime Carthusians (London: Thames Methuen, 1985)

Reilly: The First Man (1987)

Listening to Silence: an Anthology of Carthusian Writings (London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1997) "O bonitas!" Hushed to silence: a Carthusian Monk (Salzburg: 2000)

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