L P Hartley
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Born in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Born on 30th of December 1895
Died on 13rd of December 1972

Born 1895. Died 1972 - English writer.

Educated at Balliol College, Oxford. Early short stories included Night Fears (1924) and The Killing Bottle (1932), followed by his Eustace and Hilda triology. His best known novel is The Go-Between (1953). Later novels included A Perfect Woman (1955) and My Sisterís Keeper (1970).

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