COE, Jonathan. British, b. 1961. Genres: Novels, Biography. Career: University of Warwick, Coventry, England, tutor in English poetry, 1984-85; semiprofessional musician, 1985-87, legal proofreader, 1987-88, and freelance writer and journalist, 1988-, all in London, England. Publications: NOVELS: The Accidental Woman, 1987; A Touch of Love, 1989; The Dwarves of Death, 1990; What a Carve Up!, 1994 in the U.S. as The Winshaw Legacy, 1995. BIOGRAPHIES: Humphrey Bogart: Take It and Like It, 1991; James Stewart: Leading Man, 1994. Address: Peake Associates, 14 Grafton Crescent, London NW1, England.
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