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Ray Connolly

UK flag (b.1940)

Ray Connolly was brought up in Lancashire. After reading social anthropology at the London School of Economics in the Sixties he began a career in journalism. Between 1967 and 1973 he wrote a weekly interview column for the London Evening Standard, concentrating mainly on people in popular music not least the Beatles and popular culture. Since then he has written for The Sunday Times, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Observer. He now writes regularly for the Daily Mail.

His first novel, A Girl Who Came To Stay, was published in 1973. Several other novels followed, including Sunday Morning and Shadows On A Wall.
Jim Maclaine
1. That'll Be the Day (1973)
2. Stardust (1974)
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