Jackman, Stuart (Brooke)
JACKMAN, Stuart (Brooke)
JACKMAN, Stuart (Brooke). British, b. 1922. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Plays/Screenplays, Theology/Religion, Young adult fiction, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Congregational minister, serving in Barnstaple, Devon, 1948-52, Pretoria, South Africa, 1952-55, Caterham, Surrey, 1955-61, Auckland, 1961-65, Upminster, Essex, 1965-67, Oxted, Surrey, 1969-81, and Melbourne, Cambs., 1981-87; retired, 1987. Ed., Council for World Mission, London, 1967-71. Publications: MYSTERY NOVELS: Portrait in Two Colours, 1948; The Daybreak Boys, 1961; The Davidson Affair, 1966; The Golden Orphans, 1968; Guns Covered with Flowers, 1973; Slingshot, 1975; The Burning Men, 1976; Operation Catcher, 1980; A Game of Soldiers, 1981; Death Wish, 1998. OTHER: But They Won't Lie Down: Three Plays, 1954; The Numbered Days, 1954; Angels Unawares (play), 1956; One Finger for God, 1957; My Friend, My Brother (play), 1958; The Waters of Dinyanti, 1959; The Lazy T.V. and Other Stories (juvenile), 1961; This Desirable Property, 1966; Post Mortem (play), 1979; The Davidson File, 1981; A Word in Season, 1995. Address: c/o Curtis Brown, 4th Floor, Haymarket House, 28/29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 45P, England.