Elleston Trevor (1920 – 1995) was a British novelist who wrote under various pseudonyms, including Adam Hall and Simon Rattray.
As Adam Hall he wrote the Quiller espionage novels.
As Simon Rattray he wrote a series of novels featuring Amateur Sleuth Hugo Bishop. (These have also been published under the Adam Hall name in some markets.)
His best-known work as Elleston Trevor is The Flight of the Phoenix, the basis for the 1965 film of the same name.