Murray Davies

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Murray Davies is a Welsh author and journalist.


Murray Davies was born into a mining family in South Wales. He won a scholarship to UCW Aberystwyth where he studied International Politics, followed by an MA in First World War poetry. He worked for the Daily Mail and Mirror Group as a reporter and feature writer. After twenty years as a journalist, he became a novelist. His novel, Collaborator won the Sidewise Award for Alternate History (2003).[1] His other works include The Devils Handshake, Dogs on the Street, Samson Option and The Drumbeat Of Jimmy Sands.

Davies lives in Wiltshire.


  1. ^ "Sidewise Awards for Alternate History". Uchronia. Retrieved 18 May 2011. 

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