1930 - 1997

Writing as: Terry Nation

According to Wikipedia: "Terence Joseph Nation (8 August 1930 – 9 March 1997)was a Welsh television writer and novelist.

Nation first made his name as a comedy writer before becoming a prolific writer for drama, working on many of the most popular British series of the 1960s and 1970s. He made a significant contribution to the long-running BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who from its outset, creating the villainous Daleks which established its early popularity and later devising the recurring character of Davros. Nation was also the creator of two series for the BBC, Survivors and Blake's 7."

Series Books
The Persuaders Five Miles To Midnight (ss) (1972)
  Someone Like Me (ss) (1972)