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|Born||Alexandra Audrey Kinnon
10 February 1937
Rowley Regis, Staffordshire, England
|Died||27 September 2003
Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
|Pen name||Amy Thomas|
Alexandra Audrey Brettle (1937–2003), was a Black Country author of Scottish descent. Educated at Halesowen Grammar School, she became a Salvation Army officer; before working for North Warwickshire Borough Council until her retirement.
In retirement she began to write actively, and was a founder of the North Warwickshire Writers Group. After her death in 2003, her ashes were interred in Greenhaven Woodland Burial Ground. A collection of her writings was published posthumously, under the title The Clydebank Whistle.
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