Gerard Fairlie
1899-1983
 

Francis Gerard Fairlie was born in London. In 1914, he joined the Officers Training Corps. From 1918 to 1924 he served in the Scots Guards.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) Scissors Cut Paper  1927
 2) The Man Who Laughed  1928
 3) Stone Blunts Scissors  1928
 4) The Exquisite Lady (US Title: Yellow Munro)  1929
 5) The Muster of the Vultures  1929
 6) The Reaper  1929
 7) Suspect  1930
 8) The Man with Talent  1931
 9) Unfair Lady  1931
10) Birds of Prey  1932
11) Mr. Malcolm Presents  1932
12) The Rope Which Hangs (novelets)  1932
13) Shot in the Dark  1932
14) Men for Counters  1933
15) The Treasure Nets  1933
16) Copper at Sea  1934
17) That Man Returns (short stories)  1934
18) Bulldog Drummond on Dartmoor  1938
19) The Pianist Shoots First  1938
20) Bulldog Drummond Attacks  1939
21) Captain Bulldog Drummond  1945
22) They Found Each Other  1946
23) Bulldog Drummond Stands Fast  1947
24) Hands Off Bulldog Drummond  1949
25) Calling Bulldog Drummond  1951
26) Winner Take All  1953
27) The Return of the Black Gang  1954
28) No Sleep for Macall  1955
29) Deadline for Macall  1956
30) Double the Bluff  1957
31) Macall Gets Curious  1959
32) Please Kill My Cousin  1961

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