Edward George "Ned" Sherrin (1931-2007) and Caryl Brahms (1901-1982) [born Doris Caroline Abrahams] worked together from 1955 until Miss Brahms’s death in 1982. They collaborated in writing for Radio, Television and Films and wrote three novels and two collections of short stories together, but their most prolific work was for the Theatre. They wrote several plays and musicals.
A theatrical piece they wrote about Admiral Benbow was subsequently adapted and released as a novel
|Benbow Was His Name||Admiral Benbow's 1702 battles with the French in the West Indies|