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Henry Wade *

a.k.a. Sir Henry Lancelot Aubrey-Fletcher, 6th Baronet

Author Code: EHWA

Born: Sep. 10, 1887 - Hutton, Surrey, England

Died: May 30, 1969 - Hailey, Nr. Whitney, Oxfordshire, England

Educated at Eton College and New College, Oxford, Aubrey-Fletcher married Mary Augusta Chilton in 1911 and the couple had 5 children. Having joined the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards in 1908, he fought in the First World War and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order and the French Crois de Guerre. He retired from the army in 1920 and was elected a member of the Buckinghamshire County Council and, in 1925, was appointed High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire. He published his first novel, The Verdict of You All, in 1926 using the pseudonym of Henry Wade, which he would use for all of his fictional work. He was one of the founding members of the Detection Club in 1930. He served again in the army from 1940 to 1945 and left with the rank of major. Wade was also a counties cricket player during the 1920s. His works include The Missing Partners (1928), The Dying Alderman (1930), Mist on the Saltings (1933), Policeman's Lot (1933), Heir Presumptive (1935), The High Sheriff (1937), Here Comes the Copper (1938), Lonely Magdalen (1940), Diplomat's Folly (1951), Be Kind to a Killer (1952), Gold Was Our Grave (1954) and The Litmore Snatch (1957).

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EHWA001 The Three Keys 1933 11 139k eBook Download PDF - 'The Three Keys' (EHWA001)   Download ePub - 'The Three Keys' (EHWA001) Find a printed copy of The Three Keys by Henry Wade * at AbeBooks

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