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The Tiger in the Smoke

Written by Margery Allingham — As one of the so-called queens of the Golden Age of crime fiction, Margery Allingham’s an author whose works have remained in print decades after they were first published. Her amateur sleuth Albert Campion, an affable aristocrat, appeared in 19 novels…
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Campion's champion, Tey's away

On the Radar — There are those who say we should bury the heroes of crime fiction with their authors, and others who contend that it’s simply no fun without new stories featuring Sherlock Holmes, or Lisbeth Salander for that matter. This week Margery Allingham…
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Mr Campion's Farewell

Written by Margery Allingham, completed by Mike Ripley — When Margery Allingham died in 1966, she had published 18 novels featuring her Golden Age private detective Albert Campion. She left behind several unfinished manuscripts, and her husband Philip ‘Pip’ Youngman Carter – who collaborated with…
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I think I need to lie down...

On the Radar — So many fascinating crime books are being released at the moment, we wouldn’t blame you if you felt the need to lie down. Our reviewers certainly feel that way at the moment. The publishing industry is a veritable Gatling gun spraying…
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