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Anthony Price was born on 16th August 1928 on Hertfordshire, England. He was educated in Canterbury before going to Merton College Oxford on a scholarship. He went into journalism on leaving Oxford and went on to become editor of the Oxford Times. He was reviewing crime fiction books when approached by Gollancz and asked if he would consider writing a history of detective stories. Price declined but countered with an offer to write a novel. The Labyrinth Makers introduced his two series characters David Audley and Colonel Jack Butler, the results were a great success being critically acclaimed and also winning the CWA Silver Dagger. Despite his commitments as an editor he continued to write both consistently  and prolifically.  He retired from writing in 1990 and his books are collected, the later titles are not rare books but the first three are relatively difficult to locate in collectable condition.
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Title   Date Notes
The Labyrinth Makers Gollancz 1970  
The Alamut Ambush Gollancz 1971  
Colonel Butler's Wolf Gollancz 1972  
October Men Gollancz 1973  
Other Paths to Glory Gollancz 1974  
Our Man in Camelot Gollancz 1975  
War Game Gollancz 1976  
The 44 Vintage Gollancz 1978  
Tomorrows Ghost Gollancz 1979  
The Hour of the Donkey Gollancz 1980  
Soldier No More Gollancz 1981  
The Old Vengeful Gollancz 1982  
Gunner Kelly Gollancz 1983  
Sion Crossing Gollancz 1984  
Here be Monsters Gollancz 1985  
For the Good of the State Gollancz 1986  
A New Kind of War Gollancz 1987  
A Prospect of Vengeance Gollancz 1988  
The Memory Trap Gollancz 1989  
The Eyes of the Fleet Hutchinson 1990 non fiction

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