Ernest Raymond was born in Argentières, France, the illegitimate son of a British Army officer. He was educated at St. Paul's School, London, Chichester Theological College, and Durham University. In 1914, he was ordained in the Angelican Church and served as a chaplain in World War I. In 1923, he resigned Holy Orders and turned to writing.
Titles and year of publication:
|1) We, the Accused||1935|
|2) The Marsh||1937|
|3) For Them That Trespass||1944|
|4) A Chorus Ending||1951|
|5) The Tree of Heaven||1965|