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Carter Dickson *

a.k.a. John Dickson Carr, Roger Fairbairn *, Carr Dickson *

Author Code: AJDC

Born: Nov. 30, 1906 - Uniontown, Pennsylvania, USA

Died: Feb. 27, 1977 - Greenville, South Carolina, USA

Educated at Haverford College, Carr graduated in 1929. He traveled to England where he remained for a number of years and where his writing career began with the publication of It Walks By Night in 1930. Much of Carr's work reflects his exposure to England and English culture. A noted mystery writer, Carr introduced the characters of Dr. Fell and Sir Henry Merrivale, two English detectives who appeared in many of his novels and short stories. Carr became known as a master of the "locked room mystery", in which an impossible crime, after taking place in a locked room, is solved. During the 1940's, Carr was a regular contributor to radio programmes and progressed to propaganda for the BBC during the war.Many of Carr's works were adapted for film and television during the 1950's. Carr was a prolific author, producing over 25 novels and numerous short stories and scripts during a career that spanned over 40 years. His works include The Mad Hatter Mystery (1933), The Arabian Nights Murder (1936),The Crooked Hinge (1938), The Case of the Constant Suicides (1941), The Emperor's Snuff-box (1942), Till Death Do Us Part (1944), The Sleeping Sphinx (1947), The bride of Newgate (1950), Behind the crimson Blind (1952), The Cavalier's Cup (1953), Fire, Burn! (1957), In Spite of Thunder, (1960) Panic in Box C (1966) and The Hungry Goblin (1972).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AJDC001 The Crime in Nobody's Room 1939 12 152k eBook Download PDF - 'The Crime in Nobody's Room' (AJDC001)   Download ePub - 'The Crime in Nobody's Room' (AJDC001) Find a printed copy of The Crime in Nobody's Room by Carter Dickson * at AbeBooks
AJDC003 The Other Hangman 1935 9 155k eBook Download PDF - 'The Other Hangman' (AJDC003)   Download ePub - 'The Other Hangman' (AJDC003) Find a printed copy of The Other Hangman by Carter Dickson * at AbeBooks
AJDC002 The Silver Curtain 1939 13 162k eBook Download PDF - 'The Silver Curtain' (AJDC002)   Download ePub - 'The Silver Curtain' (AJDC002) Find a printed copy of The Silver Curtain by Carter Dickson * at AbeBooks

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