Jonathan Street

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Jonathan Street (9 February 1943 -1 November 2012) was an award-winning novelist.[1] He won the Somerset Maugham Award for his novel Prudence Dictates (1972). Among his other books are Yours (1970) and Rebarbative! (1969).

Street was also a respected public relations executive specialising in the field of healthcare.

Street died in 2012 after a fall. He was survived by his wife Susan Castillo.


  1. ^ "Jonathan Street: Healthcare PR expert and author". London: The Independent. 15 November 2012. Retrieved 2012-11-16. 

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