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Wallace Reyburn Bibliography

UK First Edition Books in Order

The following bibliography - Checklist contains the author's crime and mystery fiction books listed in order

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Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
Rehearsal for Invasion George Harrap 1943 An eyewitness story of the Dieppe raid
Reprinted by Brown, Watson, [1958]
Some of it was Fun Thomas Nelson 1949 Illustrated by Peter Whalley
Follow a Shadow Cassell 1956 Reprinted by Hamilton & Co, 1963
Port of Call Cassell 1957
The Street that Died Cassell 1960
Three Women Cassell 1960 Features Detective-Superintendent Keeton
Good and Evil Cassell 1962 Reprinted by Hamilton & Co, 1964
The Lions Stanley Paul 1967
The World of Rugby Elek 1967
The Unsmiling Giants Stanley Paul 1968
Frost. Anatomy of a Success Macdonald 1968 A biography of David Paradine Frost
Flushed with Pride Macdonald 1970 The story of Thomas Crapper
There was also Some Rugby Stanley Paul 1970
Bust-Up Macdonald 1971 The Uplifting Tale of Otto Titzling
And the Development of the Bra
Bridge Across the Atlantic Harrap 1972 The story of John Rennie
The Winter Men Stanley Paul 1973 The seventh All-Blacks tour
Twickenham Allen and Unwin 1976
All About Rugby Football W.H. Allen 1976
Gilbert Harding Angus and Robertson 1978
Let's Get Through Wednesday Michael Joseph 1980 Reginald Bosanquet with Wallace Reyburn

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Wallace Reyburn Author Biography - Information About the Author
Wallace Macdonald Reyburn was born in 1913 and died in 2001 and is listed in Hubin.
For crime fiction and mystery readers an dbook collectors those books were published by Cassell.
Rather than just include the Hubin titles we've expanded this list of books to include all the Wallace Reyburn books held in the British Library and the Bodleian in Oxford et al, so there are numerous non-fiction books listed.
Ironically, he is probably best known for the Thomas Crapper book and mythology.

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