Maurice Edelman was a British politician and writer. Born in 1911 in Manchester, Edelman was educated at Manchester Grammar School and Trinity College, Cambridge. He went on to become a Member of Parliament for Coventry North from 1964 until his death in 1975.

Aside from his political career, Edelman was also a prolific writer. He wrote several novels, including the critically acclaimed Prime Minister’s Daughter, which was later adapted into a television series. Edelman’s writing often explored themes of politics, power, and society, and he was known for his sharp wit and satirical style.

In addition to his fiction work, Edelman also wrote several non-fiction books, including biographies of prominent political figures such as Winston Churchill and Clement Attlee. He was awarded the CBE in 1974 for his services to politics and literature.

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