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Alan Sewart Bibliography

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The following bibliography - Checklist contains the author's crime and mystery fiction books listed in order

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Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
Tough Tontine Robert Hale 1978
The Turn Up Robert Hale 1978 Detective Chief Superintendent Evans
Kyriakos and the Toad 1979
A Ribbon for My Repute 1979
A Very Ordinary Murder 1979 Detective Chief Superintendent Evans
The Salome Syndrome Robert Hale 1979
Loop Current 1980 Detective Chief Superintendent Evans
The Women of Morning 1980
Curiosity Killed the Cop 1980
In that Rich Earth Robert Hale 1981 Detective Sergeant Harry Chamberlane
The Letter Box Man 1981 Detective Chief Superintendent Ralph Challon
A Romp in Green Heat 1981
Close Your Eyes and Sleep My Baby 1981 DCS Challon
Death Game - Five Players Robert Hale 1982
Smoker's Cough 1982
Drink! For Once Dead 1983
If I Should Die 1983
My Hate Lies Bleeding Robert Hale 1983
A Multiplicity of Mrs Browns 1984
The Educating of Quinton Quinn 1984
Dead Man Drifting 1984
Razor Jacques Robert Hale 1985 Woman Police Constable Hezzie Bartley
The Vengeful Flames 1985
Plight of the Innocents 1986 Welsh libraries (wrongly) state "Flight"
Murder in Lancashire 1988 Non-fiction, paperback original?
Lancashire Robert Hale 1989 Non-fiction, with Dorothy Sewart

Dust Jacket Artist: Unknown

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Alan Sewart Author Biography - Information About the Author
Alan Sewart's daughter kindly sent us this information, we are indebted.
28 August 1928 - 15 February 1998
Born Bury (then Lancs)
Police officer until retirement in 1981 as a superintendent, when moved to Easingwold, North Yorkshire
Only serving british officer to win Colonial Police Medal for gallantry Married Dorothy, three children Pseudonyms Alan Stewart Well and Padder Nash

The books in this bibliography are listed in the order in which they are held by the British Library.
All of Alan Sewart's books were published by Robert Hale and the American Library of Congress lists no American editions.
Book collectors who like crime fiction will have a job collecting Alan Sewart's books. Whilst they are not expensive they are difficult to find.
Those that do turn up are almost always ex-library books, the usual story with this publisher, making fine collectable copies in dust jacket genuinely rare books, especially on the ground in bookshops as opposed to online.
The dustwrapper artwork is fairly generic to the publisher and for the era, not completely uninspiring though.


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