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Lynne Reid Banks

Born: 31-Jul-1929
Birthplace: London, England

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: The Indian in the Cupboard

Husband: Chaim Stephenson (sculptor, m. 1965, three sons)
Son: Adiel
Son: Gillon
Son: Omri

    Conservatory: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

Author of books:
The L-Shaped Room (1960, novel)
An End to Running (1962, novel)
One More River (1973, juvenile novel)
Two Is Lonely (1974, novel)
Sarah and After: The Matriarchs (1975, novel)
Dark Quartet: The Story of the Brontės (1976, novel)
Path to the Silent Country: Charlotte Bronte's Years of Fame (1977, novel)
My Darling Villain (1977, juvenile novel)
I, Houdini: The Autobiography of a Self-Educated Hamster (1978, juvenile novel)
Letters to My Israeli Sons: The Story of Jewish Survival (1979, nonfiction)
The Indian in the Cupboard (1980, juvenile novel)
Defy the Wilderness (1981, novel)
The Writing on the Wall (1981, juvenile novel)
Maura's Angel (1984, juvenile novel)
The Return of the Indian (1985, juvenile novel)
The Fairy Rebel (1985, juvenile novel)
Casualties (1987, novel)
Melusine: A Mystery (1988, juvenile novel)
The Secret of the Indian (1989, juvenile novel)
The Mystery of the Cupboard (1992, juvenile novel)
The Adventures of King Midas (1992, juvenile novel)
The Magic Hare (1993, juvenile novel)
Broken Bridge (1994, juvenile novel)
Angela and Diabola (1997, juvenile novel)
Fair Exchange (1998, novel)
The Key to the Indian (1998, juvenile novel)
The Dungeon (2002, juvenile novel)

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