A.E.W. Mason
1865-1948
 

Alfred Edward Woodley Mason was born in London. He was educated at Dulwich College and Trinity College, Oxford. During World War I, he served in the Manchester Regiment as a captain. In 1943, he was elected an Honorary Fellow of Trinity, Oxford. He is the creator of 'Inspector Hanaud', of the French Surété.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
'Inspector Hanaud' Novels
 1) At the Villa Rose  1910
 2) The House of the Arrow  1924
 3) The Prisoner in the Opal  1928
 4) They Wouldn't Be Chessmen  1935
 5) The House in Lordship Lane  1946
Other Novels
 1) Blanche de Maletroit  1894
 2) A Romance of Wastdale  1895
 3) The Watchers  1899
 4) Ensign Knightley and other stories (short stories)  1901
 5) Running Water  1907
 6) The Witness for the Defence  1913
 7) The Four Corners of the World (short stories)  1917
 8) The Summons  1920
 9) The Winding Stair  1923
10) No Other Tiger  1927
11) The Sapphire  1933
12) Dilemmas (short stories)  1934
13) The Secret Fear  1940

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