Mary chiappe

Mary Chiappe is a Gibraltarian writer and former Gibraltar Minister for Education in the 1960s.[1] She is the author of many books on Gibraltar, including the Giovanni Bresciano series of novels, which she has written in conjunction with the Gibraltarian writer and historian Sam Benady.[2]


  • Cabbages and Kings (2006)
  • The Grapes of Warmth (2003)
  • A Handful of Poems (1995)
  • The Murder in Whirligig Lane (2010)


External links

  • About Mary Chiappe in Calpe Press web site.

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