It was my considerable good fortune to meet and chat with George MacDonald Fraser at one of his last "Evenings with George MacDonald Fraser" at the Royal Army Museum in London in 2006, a combination interview and book signing.
What does GMF stand for?
GMF stands for George MacDonald Fraser (British writer)
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- Government Master File (database)
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- Granular Media Filtration
- Graphical Modeling Framework
Samples in periodicals archive:
Famously, George MacDonald Fraser borrowed the bully Flashman from Tom Brown's School Days and built a career out of it, publishing a whole series of books.
books by George MacDonald Fraser, and follows the story of a notorious Rugby School bully.
Thank you, George MacDonald Fraser, a true Borderer, for all the pleasure you have given.
The revelation emerged last week following the death of novelist George MacDonald Fraser, author of adventure stories about vain bully Sir Harry Flashman, a character based on the Flashman in Thomas Hughes' 1857 book Tom Brown's Schooldays.
George MacDonald Fraser found the answer in General Flashman's memoirs, which he discovered in a Leicestershire salesroom in 1965.
The novelist George MacDonald Fraser, author of the popular Flashman series of adventure stories, has died at the age of 82.
THE novelist George MacDonald Fraser, author of the popular Flashman series of adventure stories, has died at the age of 82.