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Voss Bark, Conrad

Entry updated 12 August 2018. Tagged: Author.

(1913-2000) UK journalist and author, a well-known parliamentary correspondent for the BBC; most of his fiction was nonfantastic, including the William Holmes thrillers about a troubleshooter for the British government [not listed]. His first novel, Sealed Entrance (1947) as C Voss-Bark, is a Lost Race tale set in the hinterlands of Albania. The Big Wave: The Day London Collapsed (1979) is set in Near Future London, which as the title indicates is destroyed through a Disaster; ten millions Londoners die. [JC]

Conrad Lyddon Voss-Bark

born Cottingham, East Yorkshire: 9 March 1913

died 23 November 2000

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