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J. Leslie Mitchell

a.k.a. James Leslie Mitchell, Lewis Grassac Gibbon *

Author Code: EJLM

Born: Feb. 13, 1901 - Auchterless, Scotland

Died: Feb. 7, 1935 - Welwyn Garden City, England

Receiving little formal education, Mitchell began working as a journalist for the Aberdeen Journal in 1917 when he was only 16. In 1919, he joined the Royal Army Service Corps, serving in India, Egypt and Persia.. He then enlisted in the Royal Air Force in 1920. After military service in 1925, he married and the couple moved to Welwyn Garden City. He began his writing career in 1928 with the publication of Hanno: or the Future of Exploration. Considering the brevity of his career, Mitchell produced a number of novels and short stories, the best of which is certainly A Scots Quair, a trilogy in the style of Scottish Renaissance. His other major work was Spartacus (1933). His pseudonym was Lewis Grassac Gibbon which he used on a number of works. Mitchell died from peritonitis due to a perforated ulcer. His other works include The Thirteenth Disciple (1931), The Lost Trumpet (1932), Three Go Back (1932), Gay Hunter (1934), Conquest of the Maja (1934) and Nine Against the Unknown (1935).

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