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Jack Jones (novelist)

Jack Jones (1884-1970) was a Welsh novelist and playwright.

He was born in Wales and, having served in World War I, followed many professions and stood as a Liberal candidate for Parliament before becoming well-known for books such as Rhondda roundabout (1934) and Off to Philadelphia in the morning (based on the life of the composer Joseph Parry) (1947). His other works included three volumes of autobiography and a biography of David Lloyd George.