Sir Angus Frank Johnstone-Wilson (1913-1991) received popularity as an English novelist and book writer. He accepted diverse awards in the forms of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize and The Middle Age of Mrs Eliot. Wilson received his education at Westminster School and Merton College, Oxford. He also worked as a librarian at the British Museum’s Printed Books Department. Besides, he participated in catering and restaurant management. During World War II, he assisted with code-breaking at the Naval department focusing on the translation of Italian Naval codes. Some popular novels include The Old Men at The Zoo (1961), As If By Magic (1973) and Setting the World on Fire (1980). He too published his Death Dance short stories in 1969.
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