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Sebastian Faulks

British journalist and novelist

1953   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
educated at: Emmanuel College, Wellington College
occupation: writer, journalist, novelist, parodist, broadcaster
award received: Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature
www.sebastianfaulks.com

Sebastian Charles Faulks (born 20 April 1953) is a British novelist, journalist and broadcaster. He is best known for his historical novels set in France – The Girl at the Lion d'Or, Birdsong and Charlotte Gray. He has also published novels with a contemporary setting, most recently A Week in December (2009) and Paris Echo, (2018) and a James Bond continuation novel, Devil May Care (2008), as well as a continuation of P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves series, Jeeves and the Wedding Bells (2013). He was a team captain on BBC Radio 4 literary quiz The Write Stuff.
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works

12

Devil May Care

novel by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

2008

Birdsong

novel by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

1993

A Fool's Alphabet

book by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

1992

A Week in December

novel by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

2009

Charlotte Gray

novel by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

1999

Engleby

novel by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

2007

Human Traces

novel by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

2005

The Fatal Englishman

book by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

1996

The Girl at the Lion d'Or

book by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

1989

On Green Dolphin Street

book by Sebastian Faulks

author: Sebastian Faulks

2001

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