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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). His other works include The Devils Handshake, Dogs on the Street, Samson Option and The Drumbeat Of Jimmy Sands.
Davies lives in Wiltshire.
- "Sidewise Awards for Alternate History". Uchronia. Retrieved 18 May 2011.
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