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Allan Massie (novelist)


Who is Allan Massie?

Allan Massie: Allan Johnstone Massie CBE is a Scottish journalist, columnist, sports writer and novelist. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. He has lived in the Scottish Borders for the last 25 years, and now lives in Selkirk.

  • also known as Alan Massie
  • born on (77 years ago) in Singapore
  • education:
  • profession: Journalist, novelist
  • written works: "Ich, Marc Anton.", "The evening of the world", "Caligula", "Marco Antonio, El Triunviro", "Shadows of the Empire", "Arthur the king", "The Thistle and the Rose", "Antony", "The Death of Men", "The Ragged Lion", "These Enchanted Woods", "Nero's Heirs", "A question of loyalties", "The novel today", "Tiberius", "Les mémoires du roi David", "Novelist's View of the Market Economy", "Scottish Cultural Identity", "The history of Selkirk Merchant Company 1694-1994", "The last peacock", "Byron's travels", "Let the emperor speak", "1745 Rebellion", "The Dark Ages Trilogy", "The Caesars", "How Should Health Services Be Financed", "One night in winter", "Change and decay in all around I see", "101 Great Scots", "The sins of the father", "The Forty-five", "Augustus"

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