A. R. Dismorr

Dr. Anthony Richard Dismorr (1920-2010) was the son of a doctor and the fourth of five brothers, all of whom became doctors. He went to Streete Court Preparatory School, then Cranleigh, and up to Lincoln College to read Physiology. He completed his medical training at St George's Hospital, London, and returned to Oxford in 1946 where he was a GP in New Marston until 1980. He was married in 1955 and had two sons. His long retirement was spent in the Forest of Dean and then, after his wife died in 1992, in Stanford Dingley in Berkshire. He has written one novel on the periphery of historic naval fiction

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Year  Book  Comment
1803 The Misadventures of a Reluctant Counterspy Lt. James Farrant is coerced into Intelligence by a friend of his father's

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