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Philip William Turner (3 December 1925 – January 2006) was an English writer best known for his children's books set in the fictional town of Darnley Mills (1964–1977). Under the pen name Stephen Chance he is known for the Reverend Septimus Treloar mystery fiction series (1971–1979). For his second novel and second Darnley Mills book, The Grange at High Force, he won the 1965 Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year's best children's book by a British subject.
Recounts the struggle of two young people against poverty in Victorian England, particularly the effort of one to alter events by betting a week's wages on a race between a horse and a steam engine. Learn more about this copy.
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Devil's Nob. (1970) (A book in the Darnley Mills Adventure series) A novel by Philip Turner. Recounts the struggle of two young people against poverty in Victorian England, particularly the effort of one to alter events by betting a week's wages on a race between a horse and a steam engine.
Philip William Turner (born December 3, 1925) is an English author best known for his children's books about the fictional town of Darnley Mills and (as Stephen Chance) about the Reverend Septimus Treloar. Born in British Columbia, Canada on December 3, 1925 to English parents from Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Philip Turner was brought to England in 1926. He was educated at Hinckley Grammar School in Leicestershire and spent many school holidays exploring the East Anglian fens whilst staying with his grandparents.
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of the US from the Pacific Coast nearly to the Rockies, the great space between their empires a sort of ungoverned - and ungovernable - no-man's-land of malcontents, criminals, spies, and survivalists. The overarching plot is that the Nazis, not content with half of America, want to destroy the Japanese Empire, considering Asians an inferior race, like the Jews, Slavs, Poles, and Gypsies .
The Button pusher & Dial turner · С 2003 по настоящее время. Graphing Images, Pushing Buttons, turning dials and a few other things. Norfolk State University.