HART-DAVIS, Duff. British, b. 1936. Genres: Novels, History, Biography. Career: Feature writer 1972-76, Literary Ed., 1976-77 and Assistant Ed., 1977-78, Sunday Telegraph, London; The Independent, country columnist, 1986-. Publications: The Megacull, 1968; The Gold of St. Matthew (in U.S. as The Gold Trackers), 1968; Spider in the Morning, 1972; Ascension: The Story of a South Atlantic Island, 1972; Peter Fleming (biography), 1974; Monarchs of the Glen, 1978; The Heights of Rimring, 1980; (with C. Strong) Fighter Pilot, 1981; Level Five, 1982; Fire Falcon, 1984; The Man-Eater of Jassapur, 1985; Hitler's Games, 1986; Armada, 1988; Country Matters, 1988; The House the Berrys Built, 1990; Horses of War, 1991; Wildings: The Secret Garden of Eileen Soper, 1991; Further Country Matters, 1992; When the Country Went to Town, 1997; Raoul Millais, 1998; Fauna Britannica, 2002. EDITOR: End of an Era: Letters and Journals of Sir Alan Lascelles 1887-1920, 1987; In Royal Service: Letters and Journals of Sir Alan Lascelles, Vol. 2, 1920-36, 1989. Address: Owlpen Farm, Uley, Dursley, Glos., England.