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Freeman Wills Crofts

Irish mystery author

1879   -   1957

genre: detective fiction
country of citizenship: Ireland
educated at: Methodist College Belfast, Campbell College
occupation: writer

Freeman Wills Crofts FRSA (1 June 1879 – 11 April 1957) was an Anglo-Irish mystery author, best remembered for the character of Inspector Joseph French. A railway engineer by training, Crofts introduced railway themes into many of his stories, which were notable for their intricate planning. Although outshone by Agatha Christie, Raymond Chandler and other more celebrated authors from the golden age of detective fiction, he was highly esteemed by those authors, and many of his books are still in print.
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works

9

Le Drame de l'île de Wight

book by Freeman Wills Crofts

author: Freeman Wills Crofts

1934

The Crime of Guildford

crime novel by Freeman Wills Crofts

author: Freeman Wills Crofts

桶子

1920 novel written by Freeman Wills Crofts

author: Freeman Wills Crofts

1920

Death of a Train

novel by Freeman Wills Crofts

author: Freeman Wills Crofts

1946

Inspector French and the Starvel Tragedy

novel by Freeman Wills Crofts

author: Freeman Wills Crofts

1927

Man Overboard!

novel by Freeman Wills Crofts

author: Freeman Wills Crofts

The 12.30 from Croydon

book by Freeman Wills Crofts

author: Freeman Wills Crofts

1934

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