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Patrick Marnham

Patrick Marnham

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Patrick Marnham was born in Jerusalem, educated at Oxford and is a member of the English Bar. He is the author of several books, including the bestselling Wild Mary, has been translated into seven languages and has won the Thomas Cook Travel Book Prize, the Marsh Biography Award, and been nominated for the Edgar Allen Poe Award. He has been literary editor of The Spectator, was the first Paris correspondent of the Independent, and has worked as a BBC scriptwriter and broadcaster and as a special correspondent and war reporter.

Books by Patrick Marnham

Snake Dance

In this unique journey across continents and centuries, award-winning author Patrick Marnham explores the ruthless dictators, dangerous minds and prehistoric precedents behind the development of nuclear power.

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Wild Mary: The Life Of Mary Wesley

The extraordinary life of Mary Wesley, whose first novel was published when she was 70 years old. She worked for British Intelligence during the war, and her 70s and 80s packed in the writing and publication of 10 amazingly sexy novels. Her books -exciting, innovative and bestselling - include THE CAMMOMILE LAWN, which was also made into a TV series.

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