Magdalen King-Hall

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Magdalen King-Hall
Born(1904-07-22)22 July 1904
London, U.K.
Died1 January 1971(1971-01-01) (aged 66)
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, UK
Pen nameCleone Knox
OccupationWriter, novelist, journalist
GenresFiction, novels, children's fiction
Spouse(s)Patrick Perceval Maxwell
Childrentwo sons, one daughter
 
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Magdalen King-Hall
Born(1904-07-22)22 July 1904
London, U.K.
Died1 January 1971(1971-01-01) (aged 66)
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, UK
Pen nameCleone Knox
OccupationWriter, novelist, journalist
GenresFiction, novels, children's fiction
Spouse(s)Patrick Perceval Maxwell
Childrentwo sons, one daughter

Magdalen King-Hall (22 July 1904 – 1 January 1971) was an English novelist, journalist and children's fiction writer. Her novel, Life And Death of the Wicked Lady Skelton was made into a film, The Wicked Lady (1945), starring Margaret Lockwood and James Mason.

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Magdalen King-Hall was the daughter of Admiral Sir George Fowler King-Hall and sister of Stephen King-Hall.

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