A NOVELIST who wrote dozens of books about ponies has died, aged 90.
Josephine Pullein- Thompson grew up in Peppard and had family in Middle Assendon and near Whitchurch.
She and her sisters, Diana and Christine, with whom she initially co-authored, published numerous equestrian adventures.
Their mother Joanna Cannan had been credited with inventing the “pony club” novel during the Thirties.
Josephine published her first novel, Six Ponies, in 1946.