Conway began training as a sailor when he was thirteen, but returned to Bristol where he worked for an accountancy firm until 1868 when he inherited his father's auction business. Writing poetry and stories in his spare time, he had his first story published in Arrowsmith's Miscellany. In 1883, he published Called Back, a novel that received some financial success. He traveled to Monte Carlo in 1885 for his health, but contracted typhoid fever and died there. The bulk of Conway's work was published after his death and includes Dark Days (1884), A Family Affair (1885), At What Cost and Other Stories (1885), Slings and Arrows (1885), Cardinal Sin (1886) and Living or Dead (1886).
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