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Alan Temperley

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Alan Temperley was born and grew up in Sunderland. As a boy he kept mice, sang in a big church choir, played cricket and enjoyed stories. After a stint in the Merchant Navy he became an English teacher but is now an author whose books have been widely translated and televised.
   Murdo's War (1988)
   Huntress of the Sea (1999)
   The Brave Whale (1999)
   The Deck Boy (2001)
   The Magician of Samarkand (2003)
   Scar Hill (2009)
Anthologies edited
   Tales of Galloway (1979)
Picture Books show
Non fiction show
Anthologies containing stories by Alan Temperley
The 17th Fontana Book of Great Horror Stories (1984)
(Fontana Book of Great Horror Stories, book 17)
edited by
Mary Danby
The 24th Pan Book of Horror Stories (1983)
(Pan Book of Horror Stories, book 24)
edited by
Herbert Van Thal

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