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A truncated and unformatted biographical extract follows:Pat Flower 'worked as a secretary for the New Theatre League in the 1940s, writing radio plays and revue sketches in her spare time...In England from 1950 to 1955 she began to write crime novels.' Inspector Swinton was the recurring character in some of these. She wrote eleven television plays for the ABC and numerous episodes for television series during the 1960s and 1970s. She won a Mary Gilmore award for the satirical television play Tilly Landed on Our Shore (1967), typescript at the Mitc....
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