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Milward Kennedy *

a.k.a. Milward Rodon Kennedy Burge, Evelyn Elder *

Author Code: EMWK

Born: Jun. 21, 1894 - (?) England

Died: Jan. 20, 1968 - Rudgwick, West Sussex, England

Educated at Winchester College and New College, Oxford, Kennedy served in the Military Intelligence Directorate of the War Office during World War I, from 1914 to 1918 and was awarded the Croix de Guerre. Following the war, he worked for the Ministry of Finance in Cairo for two years. In 1920, he joined the International Labour Office (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland and in 1924, returned to England as Director of the ILO's London office, a post he would hold for twenty years. His writing career began in 1928 with the collaboration with A.G. Macdonell, The Bleston Mystery. Kennedy specialized in crime mysteries for the majority of his work. He was a member of the Detection Club. He joined the Dominion Office (Director of UK Information Office) in Ottawa, Canada in 1943. From 1945 to 1949 he was the London editor of the Empire Digest. He retired in 1960. His works include The Corpse on the Mat (1929), Half-Past Murder (1930), Death to the Rescue (1931), The Murder of Sleep (1932), Poison in the Parish (1935), It Began in New York (1943), Escape to Quebec(1946), The Top Boot (1950) and Two's Company (1952).

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