Douglas G. Browne
1884-1963
 

Douglas Gordon Browne was brought up as a painter but, at the age of 27, he started writing short stories and detective novels. He is the creator of:
1. 'Major Hemyock', an archeologist and amateur detective.
2. 'Harvey Tuke', a public prosecutor.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 'Major Hemyock' Novels
 1) The Dead Donít Bite  1933
 2) The Looking-Glass Murders  1935
 3) The May-Week Murders  1937
 'Harvey Tuke' Novels
 1) Death Wears a Mask  1940
 2) Too Many Cousins  1946
 3) What Beckoning Ghost  1947
 4) Rustling End  1948
 5) Death in Perpetuity  1950
 6) Sergeant Death  1955
 7) Death in Seven Volumes  1958
 Other Novels
 1) Uncle William and other stories (short stories)  1930
 2) The Cotfold Conundrums  1933
 3) Plan XVI  1934
 4) The Stolen Boat-Train  1935
 5) The House of the Sword  1939

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