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Antonia Forest (1915–2003)

Author of Autumn Term

Includes the names: Antona Forest, Antonia Forest

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1,376 (1,405)4213,923 (4.16)100
Autumn Term 263 copies, 8 reviews
End of Term 140 copies, 4 reviews
The Cricket Term 124 copies, 4 reviews
The Attic Term 111 copies, 3 reviews
Peter's Room 109 copies, 4 reviews
The Ready Made Family 109 copies, 2 reviews
Falconer's Lure 97 copies, 3 reviews
The Marlows and the Traitor 94 copies, 5 reviews
The Thuggery Affair 91 copies, 2 reviews
Run Away Home 82 copies, 2 reviews
The Player's Boy 66 copies, 1 review
The Players and the Rebels 48 copies, 1 review
The Thursday Kidnapping 42 copies, 2 reviews
Celebrating Antonia Forest (Contributor) 29 copies, 1 review
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Patricia Guilia Caulfield Kate Rubinstein was born in London to an Irish mother and father of Lithuanian descent. She was educated in London and started work on her first book, 'Autumn Term', just after the end of WW2; it was published in 1948. She eventually wrote 10 novels featuring the Marlow family and their various adventures both at Kingscote School and at home, and a further two historical novels about their forbears, as well as 'The Thursday Kidnapping', which is unrelated. Her books enjoy cult status and copies are eagerly sought-after.
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