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Mark Clapham was born on 29 January, 1976 in British, is a British author.

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Born 29 January 1976
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Having been asked to write a New Adventure (a Bernice Summerfield novel for Virgin Publishing) for the November 1998 slot, Parkin found himself too busy with other commitments to write a book on his own and, with editor Rebecca Levene’s blessing, brought in Clapham as a co-author. Between them, the two devised Beige Planet Mars, a campus mystery novel set at a Mars University. Clapham was later offered the final Virgin Benny slot and, with a tight deadline, brought in Jon de Burgh Miller as his co-writer on Twilight of the Gods.


Mark Clapham (born 29 January 1976) is a British author, best known for writing fiction and reference books for television series, in particular Doctor Who (and spin-offs) in his book (written with Eddie Robson and Jim Smith): Who’s Next.