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Alan Roderick Haig-Brown (born 1941) is a Canadian novelist and non-fiction writer. He specializes in commercial marine and commercial fishing writing and photography.He is a regular contributor to a number of marine publications including Professional Mariner magazine where many of his articles are archived.
He is the son of writer Roderick Haig-Brown and the father of film maker Helen Haig-Brown.
- The Suzie A - 1991
- Fishing for a Living - 1993
- Hell No, We Won't Go: Vietnam Draft Resisters in Canada - 1996
- The Fraser River - 1996 
- Still Fishin' - 2010 
- The Teak Box -2012 
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