Alan Williams (novelist)

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Alan (Emlyn) Williams (born 28 August 1935) is an ex-foreign correspondent, novelist and writer of thrillers. He is the son of Emlyn Williams.

Quotes[edit]

  • Sex is good but poker lasts longer.
    • Spanier, David. Total Poker. London: Secker & Warburg, 1977. No page number. (Cited in Poker Wit & Wisdom: Quotes and Writings on America's Favorite Card Game. A. D. Livingston. Globe Pequot (2006); pg. 50.)
  • A journalist who has to borrow a typewriter is bad news.
    • Toomey, Philippa. "Tilting at windmills", London Times, 8 July 1978, p.12.
  • I have no particular political views but I was and am struck by the idea that the left and the right are always entirely similar when they become extreme - they click together like two edges of a magnet.
    • Toomey, Philippa. "Tilting at windmills", London Times, 8 July 1978, p.12.

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