Synge, Allen

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SYNGE, Allen

SYNGE, Allen. Also writes as Christopher Leopold. British, b. 1930. Genres: Novels, Sports/Fitness. Career: Writer and creative director for London advertising agencies, including W.S. Crawford, McCann Erikson, and C.J. Notleys, 1955-70; owner of free-lance communications company, 1970-; director, Lemon Tree Press Ltd., London, 1974-80. Greenwood School, governor, England. Publications: As CHRISTOPHER LEOPOLD: Blood and Guts Is Going Nuts, 1976; Casablack, 1979; Looneyhime, 1979; published in the United States as Fools Paradise, 1979; The Night Fishers of Antibes, 1981; NONFICTION: (ed.) Strangers' Gallery: Some Foreign Views of English Cricket, 1974; (with L. Cooper) Tales from Far Pavilions, 1984; Bowler Batsman Spy, 1985; (with Cooper) Beyond the Far Pavilions, 1986; Hunters of the Lost Ashes, 1987; (with D. Anns) Masterstrokes, 1987; The Voyage of the Colin Cowdrey, 1989; Sins of Omission, 1990. Address: 2 Diamond Terrace, Greenwich SE10 8QN, England.