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Clyde Lynwood Sawyer, Jr.

In 1992, on a film project in Norwich, I met my Clapham-ian (by way of Newcastle) wife and she's been a support and inspiration ever since! An Uncertain Currency is my first published novel. Alas, my writing partner, Frances Witlin, is not around to appreciate its appearance. She died in 1996, at a ripe old age that probably would have been much riper had she not smoked three packs of unfiltered Chesterfields a day for 60 years.

Editor of one of the first Southern underground papers, The Inquistion. A degree in Organic Chemistry from Florida's New College. Many years studying with Adi S. Irani (Meher Baba's brother) in Barnes (near Hammersmith). I wrote Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine 500th First Mystery (The Tattered Rose), as well as the world's final true 3-strip Technicolor film (an obscure distinction which probably only film tech aficianados would appreciate). My historical romantic epic, A Passion for Peace,has been optioned by Carascope Productions and A-list attachments are being sought.

Books by Clyde Lynwood Sawyer, Jr. Links
An Uncertain Currency (1999) with Frances Witlin
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