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Nevil Shute

AKA Nevil Shute Norway

Born: 17-Jan-1899
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 12-Jan-1960
Location of death: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered)

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

Nationality: England
Executive summary: On the Beach

Military service: British Army (WWI); Royal Navy (WWII)

Father: Arthur Hamilton Norway
Mother: Mary Louisa Gadsden
Wife: Frances Mary Heaton (m. 23-Nov-1931, until his death, two daughters)

    High School: Dragon School
    High School: Shrewsbury School
    University: Balliol College, Oxford University (1922)

    De Havilland Aircraft Co. (1922-31)
    Royal Aeronautical Society Fellow

Author of books:
Marazan (1926, novel)
So Disdained (1928, novel)
Lonely Road (1932, novel)
Ruined City (1938, novel)
What Happened to the Corbetts (1939, novel)
An Old Captivity (1940, novel)
Landfall: A Channel Story (1940, novel)
Pied Piper (1942, novel)
Most Secret (1942, novel)
Pastoral (1944, novel)
The Chequer Board (1947, novel)
No Highway (1948, novel)
A Town Like Alice (1950, novel)
Round the Bend (1951, novel)
The Far Country (1952, novel)
In the Wet (1953, novel)
Slide Rule: Autobiography of an Engineer (1954, novel)
Requiem for a Wren (1955, novel)
Beyond the Black Stump (1956, novel)
On the Beach (1957, novel)
The Rainbow and the Rose (1958, novel)
Trustee from the Toolroom (1960, novel)
Stephen Morris (1961, novel)

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