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Treasure Preserved book. David Williams (June 8, 1926 – September 26, 2003) was a Welsh advertising executive who became a crime writer after suffering a stroke. Williams was born in Bridgend in Wales
Treasure Preserved book. Williams was born in Bridgend in Wales. He started in advertising as a medical copywriter, rising through the ranks to head one of the la Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information.
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David Williams was a writer best known for his crime-novel series featuring the banker Mark Treasure and police inspector DI Parry. After serving as Naval Officer in the Second World War, Williams completed a History degree at St Johns College, Oxford before embarking on a career in advertising. He became a full-time fiction writer in 1978. Williams wrote twenty-three novels, seventeen of which were part of the Mark Treasure series of whodunnits which began with Unholy Writ (1976)
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