Barry Perowne and Philip Atkey Bibliography

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Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
Arrest These Men Cassell 1932 ECB states 'cheap edition 3/6
Raffles After Dark Cassell 1933 DJ 7/6. US: 1933 Day as The Return of R....
Raffles in Pursuit Cassell 1934 Apr 34. DJ priced 7/6
Enemy of Women Cassell 1934 Aug 34. DJ priced 7/6
Ladies in Retreat Cassell 1935 DJ priced 7/6
Raffles Under Sentence Cassell 1936 Jan 36. DJ priced 7/6
She Married Raffles Cassell 1936 Sept 36. DJ priced 7/6
Raffles' Crime in Gibraltar Amal' Press 1937 Not in the ECB. US: 1939 Curl as They Hang them in Gibraltar
Raffles vs. Sexton Blake Amal' Press 1937 Not listed in the ECB
Ask No Mercy Cassell 1937 Mar 37. DJ priced 7/6
I'm No Murderer Cassell 1938 DJ 7/6. US: 1939 Curl
Night Call Hutchinson 1939 as Pat Merriman. July 39. DW 7/6
The Girl on Zero Cassell 1939 Sept 39. DJ priced 7/6
The ARP Mystery Amal' Press 1939 Not in the ECB
Blonde Without Escort Cassell 1940 Mar 40. DJ priced 8/3
The Whispering Cracksman Cassell 1940 Dec 40. DJ 7/6. US: 1941 Arcadia as Ten Words of Poison
Raffles and the Key Man Lippincott 1940 US edition
Gibraltar Prisoner Cassell 1942 Not in ECB. US: 1942 Arcadia as All Exits Blocked
The Tilted Moon Cassell 1949 US: 1950 Mill as Rogues Island
A Singular Conspiracy Merrill 1974 US edition

as Philip Atkey

Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
Blue Water Murder Cassell 1935 Blue cloth, yellow titles.
Dust jacket priced 7/6
Heirs of Merlin Cassell 1945 DJ priced 7/6
Juniper Rock Cassell 1953  

Further Information
Barry Perowne, born 1908 in England and real name Philip Atkey, is best known for his revival of EW hornung's series character The Gentleman Crook. The stories depict a slightly different version of the character and the settings lack something of the atmosphere of the original stories, that said they are well done with exciting plot lines.


Classic Crime Fiction

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