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A. G. Macdonell

a.k.a. Archibald Gordon Macdonell, Neil Gordon *, John Cameron *

Author Code: EAMC

Born: Nov. 3, 1895 - Poona, India

Died: Jan. 16, 1941 - Oxford, England

Educated at Winchester, Macdonell took part in the First World War, serving as a lieutenant of the Royal Field Artillery. After two years in Flanders, he was invalided out in 1918. He established himself as a freelance journalist and in 1919 became the drama critic for the London Mercury. From 1922 to 1927, he served as a member of staff of the League of Nations. He published a number of thrillers under pseudonyms. The works for which he is most remembered is England, Their England, published in 1933 to critical acclaim, and the first in which he used his own name. Macdonell also wrote short stories and plays, mostly comedies. He was also a regular contributor to the Observer and made broadcasts for the BBC's Empire Service in 1940, where he applied his keen sense of humour to undermining Nazi propaganda. His other works include The Bleston Mystery (1928), Silent Murders (1929), The Big Ben Alibi (1930), The Shakespeare Murders (1933), Napoleon and His Marshalls (1934), How Like an Angel (1934), The Autobiography of a Cad (1939), The Spanish Pistol (1939), What Next Baby? (1939) and The Crew of the Anaconda (1940).

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EAMC002 England, Their England 1933 125 575k eBook Download PDF - 'England, Their England' (EAMC002)   Download ePub - 'England, Their England' (EAMC002) Find a printed copy of England, Their England by A. G. Macdonell at AbeBooks
EAMC001 One Performance Only 1934 5 145k eBook Download PDF - 'One Performance Only' (EAMC001)   Download ePub - 'One Performance Only' (EAMC001) Find a printed copy of One Performance Only by A. G. Macdonell at AbeBooks

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