Lamont-Brown, Raymond

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LAMONT-BROWN, Raymond. British, b. 1939. Genres: History, Local history/Rural topics, Mythology/Folklore, Paranormal, Travel/Exploration, Biography. Career: Author and broadcaster. Lecturer, Continuing Education Dept., University of St. Andrews, 1977-, and University of Dundee, 1987-. Writers' Monthly, managing editor, 1984-86. Japanologist, 1965-. Justice of the Peace (Scotland). Publications: The History of St. Mark's Church, Dewsbury 1865-1965, 1965; Book of Epitaphs, 1967; The Rural District of Doncaster Official Guide and Industrial Handbook, 1968; Clarinda: The Intimate Story of Robert Burns and Agnes Maclehose, 1968; Sir Walter Scott's Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft, 1968; Robert Burns's Commonplace Book 1783-85, 1969; A Book of Superstitions, 1970; A Book of Proverbs, 1970; A Book of Witchcraft, 1971; Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe's History of Witchcraft in Scotland, 1972; Phantoms, Legends, Customs and Superstitions of the Sea, 1972; General Trade in Berwick on Tweed 1894, 1972; Robert Burns's Tour of the Border, 1972; Robert Burns's Tours of the Highlands and Stirlingshire, 1973; A New Book of Epitaphs, 1974; The Magic Oracles of Japan, 1974; Casebook of Military Mystery, 1974; Epitaph Hunting, 1977; Scottish Epitaphs, 1978; Phantoms of the Theatre, 1978; Growing Up with the Highland Clans, 1979; Lothian and Border Walks for Motorists, 1980; East Anglian Epitaphs, 1980; My Fun Book of Scotland, 1980; Victorian and Edwardian Fife from Old Photographs, 1980; The Victorian and Edwardian Borderland from Rare Photographs, 1980; Victorian and Edwardian Dundee, 1981; Mary, Queen of Scots, 1982; Mysteries and Legends, 1982; A Visitor's Guide to St. Andrews, 1984; St. Andrews: City of Change, 1984; A Book of British Eccentrics, 1984; Victorian and Edwardian Perthshire, 1984; Victorian and Edwardian Angus, 1985; Irish Grave Humour, 1987; Discovering Fife, 1988; The Life and Times of Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1988; The Life and Times of St. Andrews, 1989; Scottish Superstitions, 1990; Royal Murder Mysteries, 1990; Scottish Traditions and Festivals, 1991; Famous Scots, 1992; Scottish Witchcraft, 1994; Scottish Folklore, 1996; Kamikaze, 1997; 100 Years Ago, 1997; Kempeitai, 1998; Edward VII's Last Loves, 1998; John Brown, 2000; Ships from Hell, 2002; Fife in History & Legend, 2002; The Villages of Fife, 2002; Humphry Davy, 2004; Andrew Carnegie, 2005. Address: 11, Seabourne Gardens, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 2RT, Scotland.