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Sydney Fowler

a.k.a. Sydney Fowler Wright, Anthony Wingrave *, Alan Seymour *

Author Code: ESFW

Born: Jan. 6, 1874 - Birmingham, England

Died: Feb. 25, 1965 - London, England

Educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham, Fowler began his career as an accountant and built up a successful firm before he turned to writing. Having an avid interest in poetry, he helped to found the Empire Poetry League in 1917 with G.K. Chesterton. His work with the League, which included administration of its Merton Press and editing the Poetry journal, continued until 1932. In 1919, he published his first work, Scenes From the Morte d'Arthur, a small volume of poems. His first novel, Amphibians, a work of science fiction, was published in 1925. This ultimately proved successful enough to convince Fowler to commit all his resources to writing. He became a prolific writer and produced some of the best science fiction of the 20th century. His novel, Deluge (1928) sold over a million copies. This success was repeated the following year with The Island of Captain Sparrow. Fowler also wrote numerous detective stories and was a regular contributor to numerous newspapers and periodicals. His popularity waned in the early 1950's and he died in relative obscurity. His many novels included The Case of Anne Bickerton (1930), The Attic Murder (1936), The Adventures of Wyndham Smith (1938) Light Out of Darkness (1939), Dinner in New York (1943), Automata (1947), Brain (1949), Original Sin (1949) and Space in Reverse (1955).

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ESFW001 The Attic Murder 1936 144 605k eBook Download PDF - 'The Attic Murder' (ESFW001) Find a printed copy of The Attic Murder by Sydney Fowler at AbeBooks
ESFW002 Deluge 1928 202 852k eBook Download PDF - 'Deluge' (ESFW002) Find a printed copy of Deluge by Sydney Fowler at AbeBooks
ESFW004 The Island of Captain Sparrow 1928 112 556k eBook Download PDF - 'The Island of Captain Sparrow' (ESFW004) Find a printed copy of The Island of Captain Sparrow by Sydney Fowler at AbeBooks
ESFW003 The Jordans Murder 1938 102 482k eBook Download PDF - 'The Jordans Murder' (ESFW003) Find a printed copy of The Jordans Murder by Sydney Fowler at AbeBooks

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