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RJ Minney - from flyleaf of 1951 novel "The Governors' Lady"
RJ Minney – from flyleaf of 1951 novel “The Governors’ Lady”

This is the official RJ Minney website. It is run by his grandchildren to promote RJ’s great legacy of exciting, informative, historical and readable books, and many other works including films, articles and plays.

Rubeigh James Minney was a prominent author, journalist, editor and film writer and producer. His books include Carve Her Name with Pride about brave spy Violette Szabo and later turned into a prominent film; Clive of India; I shall fear no evil: The story of Dr Alina Brewda; and Chaplin – The Immortal Tramp.

This website aims to pull together details and pictures about RJ Minney’s remarkable life and career, including as the author of over 40 books, a film-maker and important film write and producer with key companies in the British and US film industries, a playwright of successful plays and editor and journalist for many leading newspapers including through World War II. He was also a Labour Party candidate and came close to unseating Edward Heath in the safe Conservative Bexley constituency in 1955. This website is put together by his grandchildren.

For any information about RJ Minney literary rights and copyright, please contact info@rjminney.com or use the details on the Copyright page.

You can read a brief autobiography of RJ Minney on the Who was RJ? page

There is a list of books, films and other publications on this page

If you are interested in publishing any of RJ Minney’s works or any other issues to do with copyright, please look at the Copyright page here

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We hope that you will enjoy reading these pages and will feel free to share any recollections or comments as well as your reaction to reading the books and watching the films.


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