Douglas G Browne Bibliography

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UNCLE WILLIAM
Published in 1930 by Blackwood in London
Red cloth with gilt lettering
Dust jacket priced at 7/6
THE DEAD DON'T BITE
Published in 1933 by Methuen in London
Red cloth with black lettering
Dustwrapper priced at 7/6
THE COTFOLD CONUNDRUMS
Published in 1933 by Methuen in London
Red/brown cloth with gilt lettering
Dustwrapper priced at 7/6
PLAN XVI
Published in 1934 by Methuen in London
Blue cloth with black lettering
Dust jacket priced at 7/6
THE LOOKING GLASS MURDERS
Published in 1935 by Methuen in London
Red cloth with black lettering
Dust cover priced at 7/6
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THE STOLEN BOAT-TRAIN
Published in 1935 by Methuen in London
Yellow cloth with red lettering
Dustwrapper priced at 7/6. An "Impossible Crime"
THE MAY-WEEK MURDERS
Published in 1937 by Longmans in London
Green cloth with red lettering
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THE HOUSE OF THE SWORD
Published in [1939] by Hutchinson in London
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DEATH WEARS A MASK
Published in [1940] by Hutchinson in London
Blue cloth with red lettering
Dustwrapper priced at 8/3
TOO MANY COUSINS
Published in [1946] by Hutchinson in London
Red cloth with black lettering
Dustwrapper priced at 8/6. Artwork by Stein
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WHAT BECKONING GHOST
Published in 1947 by Macdonald in London
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RUSTLING END
Published in 1948 by Macdonald in London
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DEATH IN PERPETUITY
Published in 1950 by Macdonald in London
Dust jacket priced at 8/6
SERGEANT DEATH
Published in 1955 by Macdonald in London
DEATH IN SEVEN VOLUMES
Published in 1958 by Macdonald in London
DJ artwork by Stein

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Biography - Further Information
DOUGLAS GORDON BROWNE is the son of Gordon Browne, R.I., R.B.A., and grandson of Hablot K. Browne, better known as " Phiz." Although brought up as a painter, at the age of 27, shortly before the War, Mr Browne started writing short stories and more recently produced a number of detective stories, in several of which figured the amateur detective, Major Hemyock, who is also an archaeologist.

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