Hull, Raymond

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Hull, Raymond

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Raymond Hull was born in Shaftsbury, England and moved to British Columbia in 1947. His varied employment history included steward on a Yukon River sternwheeler, farm hand, construction labourer, creative writing teacher and even spriritualist medium. From the age of thirty, however, he has been a full-time writer of stage and television plays. He is probably best known for his co-authorship of The Peter Principle, with Laurence Peter.


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