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M A M. Gough has written:

'Brunswick town'

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M.A. M. Gough is best known for writing the "White Cat Chronicles" series, which follows the adventures of a talking cat named Cassius as he navigates a magical world filled with mystery and danger. In addition to this series, Gough has also written various short stories and articles on fantasy literature and world-building.

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