Author

Margery Allingham

English writer of detective fiction, editor

1904   -   1966

genre: mystery fiction, detective fiction
country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
educated at: Stephen Perse Foundation, University of Westminster
occupation: writer, novelist, editor

Margery Louise Allingham (20 May 1904 – 30 June 1966) was an English novelist from the "Golden Age of Detective Fiction", best remembered for her hero, the gentleman sleuth Albert Campion. Initially believed to be a parody of Dorothy L. Sayers's detective Lord Peter Wimsey, Campion matured into a strongly individual character, part-detective, part-adventurer, who formed the basis for 18 novels and many short stories.
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Works

21

Mystery Mile

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1930

The Crime at Black Dudley

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1929

Look to the Lady

book by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1931

Police at the Funeral

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1931

Cargo of Eagles

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1968

Coroner's Pidgin

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1945

Dancers in Mourning

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1937

Death of a Ghost

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1934

Flowers for the Judge

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1936

Hide My Eyes

novel by Margery Allingham

author: Margery Allingham

1958

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