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Arthur Griffiths

a.k.a. Arthur George Frederick Griffiths

Author Code: EAGG

Born: Dec. 9, 1838 - Poona, India

Died: Mar. 24, 1908 - Beaulieu, France

Educated at King William's College on the Isle of Man, Griffiths followed in his father's footsteps and entered the army in 1855. He took part in the Crimean War and saw action at the siege of Sevastopol. He attended the Staff College and was promoted to Captain in 1862. In 1864, he was posted to Gibraltar as a brigade major and spent six years there. In 1870, after having been passed over for promotion, he left the army and joined the English prison service as a deputy governor. In 1878, he became the inspector of prisons, and was responsible for a number of improvements, serving in that capacity until 1899. His experience with the criminal element and the penal system was expressed in many of his literary works. Griffiths produced both fiction and non-fiction and had over 60 books to his credit. From 1901 to 1904, he was also the editor of the Army and Navy Gazette. His works include The Queen's Shilling (1873), Memorials of Millbank (1875), Lola (1878), A Son of Mars (1880), Chronicles of Newgate (1884), The Thin Red Line (1886), A Prison Princess (1893), Secrets of the Prison House (1894), The Rome Express (1896), The Brand of the Broad Arrow (1900) and The Passenger From Calais (1905),

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EAGG003 Blue Blood 1886 26 174k eBook Download PDF - 'Blue Blood' (EAGG003) Find a printed copy of Blue Blood by Arthur Griffiths at AbeBooks
EAGG001 The Passenger From Calais 1905 100 468k eBook Download PDF - 'The Passenger From Calais' (EAGG001) Find a printed copy of The Passenger From Calais by Arthur Griffiths at AbeBooks
EAGG004 The Rome Express 1907 80 496k eBook Download PDF - 'The Rome Express' (EAGG004) Find a printed copy of The Rome Express by Arthur Griffiths at AbeBooks
EAGG002 The Thin Red Line 1886 209 767k eBook Download PDF - 'The Thin Red Line' (EAGG002) Find a printed copy of The Thin Red Line by Arthur Griffiths at AbeBooks

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