Nat Gould
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Born in Manchester, Greater Manchester
Born on 21st of December 1857
Died on 25th of July 1919

Born 1857. Died 1919 - English writer.

Began as a journalist on London newspapers before going to Australia and becoming a racing editor. Wrote two serials, the second being published as The Double Event (1891) and made into a successful melodrama. Returned to Britain in 1895 writing over 130 novels with mainly on racing and sporting themes.

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