Allan Baillie (novelist)
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Who is Allan Baillie?
Allan Baillie is an Australian writer. He was born in Scotland, but moved with his family to Australia when he was seven. He began work as a journalist working on papers such as the Melbourne Sun, Telegraph and the Australian Women's Weekly having studied journalism at Melbourne University. Turning to literature his books include Adrift, Little Brother and The China Coin. He lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife and two children.
- born on (71 years ago) in Scotland
- profession: Novelist
- written works: "Little Brother", "Adrift", "The last shot", "Secrets of Walden rising", "Megan's Star", "Dream Catcher and Other Stories", "Star Navigator", "Saving Abbie", "Mask maker", "Eagle Island", "Gefangen im Wirbelsturm. ( Ab 12 J.)", "The China Coin", "Drac and the Gremlin", "Bawshou Rescues the Sun", "Riding with Thunderbolt: The Diary of Ben Cross", "A Taste of Cockroach"
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