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Hill was born to a "very ordinary"  family. His father, Reg Hill , was a professional footballer. His mother was a fan of Golden Age crime writers, and he discovered the genre while fetching her library books. He also wrote more than 30 other novels, including five featuring Joe Sixsmith, a black machine operator turned private detective in a fictional Luton. Novels originally published under the pseudonyms of Patrick Ruell, Dick Morland, and Charles Underhill have now appeared under his own name. Hill was also a writer of short stories and ghost tales.
Reginald Hill hails from England; he was born in Hartlepool in to what he often described as ordinary parents. Growing up in Cumbria, Hill began reading at an early age, citing his mother as the source of his great love for books. His years in Carlisle Grammar school instilled within Hill a rudimentary mastery over English, the one subject he excelled at impressively. He would later graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oxford, branching out into teaching both at secondary and college levels. Reginald Hill took up full time writing in , upon making the decision to give up salaried work. Chief amongst his collection are Edgar Wield and Andrew Dalziel, Yorkshire detectives that littered an odd 20 or more novels; with the black machine operator Joe Sixmith partaking in stories throughout another 30 or so novels.
Reginald Charles Hill FRSL (3 April – 12 January ) was an English crime writer and The characters were used by the BBC in the Dalziel and Pascoe series, in which Dalziel was played by Warren Dialogues of the Dead ( ); Death's Jest-Book (); Good Morning, Midnight (); The Death of Dalziel.
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