Christopher Robin Nicole was born on 7 December 1930 in Georgetown, Guyana, and was raised in the Caribbean. His education included: the Queen's College in Guyana; the Harrison College in Barbados; and was fellow by the Canadians Bankers Association.
A romantic and passionate of history, he has been published since 1957 as Christopher Nicole, and continues to write into the 21st century with no intention of retiring. His historical fiction sagas set in tumultuous periods of war have become in best-sellers, and he has won international acclaim for his work under several pseudonyms, some of there female, that includes: Peter Grange, Andrew York, Robin Cade, Mark Logan, Christina Nicholson, Alison York, Leslie Arlen, Robin Nicholson, C.R. Nicholson, Daniel Adams, Simon McKay, Caroline Gray and Alan Savage. He has worked with many of the most important British and international publishing houses: Jarrolds, Hutchinson, Simon & Schuster, Coward-McCann & Geoghegan, Jove, Michael Joseph, Mills & Boon, and Severn House.
On 8 May 1982, Christopher married with the also writer Diana Bachmann. The marriage collabored under the pseudonym Max Marlow. With two sons and two daughters, they live in Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK.
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- 2 editions - first published in 1988
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- 1 edition - first published in 1986
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- 1 edition - first published in 2007
- 1 edition - first published in 1983
- 1 edition - first published in 1988
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