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David Anthony Yallop (born 27 January 1937) is a British author who writes chiefly about unsolved crimes. In the 1970s he also contributed scripts for a number of BBC comedy shows. In October 1992 he lost his job when, as a scriptwriter for EastEnders, he proposed killing some of the characters by means of an IRA bomb. Yallop successfully sued the BBC for breach of contract. He was also one of the co-authors of Graham Chapman's autobiography, A Liar's Autobiography (Volume VI).
His books include:
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