A N L Munby

(Alan Noel Latimer Munby)
UK flag (1913 - 1974)

Alan Noel Latimer Munby was an English author, writer and librarian.

Born in Hampstead, Munby was educated at Clifton College and King's College, Cambridge. He is best known for his slim volume of ghost stories, The Alabaster Hand, most of which was written in a German prisoner-of-war camp during World War Two.

Munby's first marriage was to Joan Margaret Edelsten; his second marriage was to Sheila Rachel Crowther-Smith.
Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by A N L Munby
Short stories
The Alabaster Hand [short story] (1949)
A Christmas Game (1949)
The Devil's Autograph (1949)
An Encounter in the Mist (1949)
The Four-Poster (1949)
Herodes Redivivus (1949)
The Inscription (1949)
The Lectern (1949)
The Negro's Head (1949)
Number Seventy-nine (1949)
The Topley Place Sale (1949)
The Tregannet Book of Hours (1949)
The Tudor Chimney (1949)
The White Sack (1949)