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William Garner (born 1920, in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England) was an English thriller writer. Garner graduated from the University of Birmingham in 1941 with a BSc (with honors). He served with the Royal Air Force from 1941 to 1946, rising to the rank of flight lieutenant. He married Gwen Owen in 1944 while she was in the WAAF. Their daughter Lesley Garner is the Daily Telegraph's self-help columnist.
Paper Chase or Paperchase may refer to: Paper Chase (game), a racing game. The Paper Chase, a 1966 memoir by Hal Porter. The Paper Chase (novel), a 1970 novel by John Jay Osborn, Jr. The Paper Chase (film), a 1973 film based on Osborn's novel. The Paper Chase (TV series), a 1978-1986 series based on the novel and film. Paper Chase, a 1964 novel by Mark Saxton. Paper Chase, a 1988 spy novel by William Garner.
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The Paper Chase: Season 1 has been added to your Cart. The Paper Chase was a one hour dramatic series premiering on CBS in 1978 that won great critical praise, garnering the Emmy for Outstanding New Series. Based on the movie and novel, rural Minnesotan James T. Hart (James Stephens) is unprepared for the life of a first year law student at an Ivy League law school.